The coach train rolls eastbound through the farm fields in Union, IL. Burlington Northern 1 (EMD F9A) leads five F Unit set, trailing are the Burlington Northern 2 (EMD F9B), Metra 308 (EMD F7A), ... (more)
BN 1, BN 2 and BN 3, the A-B-A set of Burlington Northern Executive wagons, lead the coach train on this beautiful afternoon.
Wagons east! BN 1, BN 2, METX 308, MILW 118C and CNW 411 power the coach train at Seeman Road.
MILW 118C and METX 308 lead the coach train through the Olsen Road blades.
#92 splits the semaphores east of IRM.
ATSF 92, WC 7525, CNW 6847 and CB&Q 504 combine to lead the westbound run of the coach train out of the museum. Only the Illinois Railway Museum could come up with a lash-up like this.
IRM's BN F9A-B set of covered wagons in the BN cream and green paint scheme leads the heavyweight coach train as it sits on one of the station tracks for boarding purposes.
Notching up out the museum along NS's mainline. Hope the new NS F-units visit "Rail Days" sometime in the future.
Annual "Rail Days" at Spencer always has something good to see. This year's event highlighted the modern NS's 25th Anniversary.
And to think... these used to be "normal, every day" trains... now only at IRM.
As our caboose train waits in the siding, CB&Q 9911-A passes by with the coach train.
The "Southern Crescent" blows exhaust notching up the hill away from the museum.
Annual "Rail Days" in Spencer got surprise mainline runs with 501 in the absence of planned N&W rolling stock.