Iowa Interstate's westbound road freight passes the former Missouri Division Junction. In the Rock Island days, this is where the mainline to Kansas City split from the mainline to Omaha.
The westbound BICB with GEVO 502 running long hood forward along with a "colorful" gon trailing passes QJ 6988 on the west end of the siding. Its a rather common practice for the IAIS to run long ... (more)
A pair of GEVO's power through Homestead.
On a cold January afternoon, GEVO 501 scoots under the Highway 6 bridge at MP277.
The eastbound BNSF detouring coal train holds the main while the westbound CBBI (the longer train) pulls towards the west end of the Brooklyn siding.
GEVO 512 leading the BICB is about to duck under the Highway 6 bridge west of Ladora at MP277 on an outstanding autumn day.
GEVO 512 has control of the BICB as it crosses a creek east of Marengo. GEVO 506 and GP38-2 trail.
The pair of QJ's owned by RDC and kept on the IAIS are chartered to pull the regular westbound manifest. The impressive pair are passing the former Rock Island depot at Atlantic on their way to C... (more)