M337 is back in notch 8 after not having the lineup at East Jay. East Jay is the new CTC control point put in at west Munger for the connection from the EJ&E to the CN Freeport Sub. When the new C... (more)
M337 is back on the move at Jesup after waiting for some MofW to clear up. Although this is a freight train out of Chicago this train is becoming more of an empty ethanol train as seen today. 114 ... (more)
Coasting off hill they call "'Big Raymond", M337 has track speed of 50 mph in hand as they are in their final few miles before the double track section at Hilltop out side of Waterloo. This train ... (more)
Westbound M337 is only 13 miles from its final destination of Waterloo. A SD60 and a GP 38 power this 114 car train pass some horses along old highway 20. This train runs daily between Chicago, IL... (more)
Just after sunset and M337 is about to start downhill into Scales Mound. 3 IC unit roll 86 cars towards Dubuque the next crew change point. At Dubuque M337 will setout all the Dubuque and Cedar Ra... (more)
Rolling along with 113 cars, M337 has what is beginning to be a rare consist in Iowa, all IC black. This train is between Burlington and Genoa as they roll along at 50 mph. This train is running a... (more)
M337 has just pulled into Freeport on the siding. They are going to setout the rear 27 cars before heading west again. There is a L566 local that came out of Cedar Rapids sitting on the main at Fr... (more)
After meeting its eastbound counterpart at Scales Mound, IL and a crew change at the Galena Depot, the daily Chicago - Waterloo Merchandise Train heads towards Dubuque, IA.
M337 reaches its final destination of Waterloo, IA.
A repainted IC SD40-2 leads a former KCS SD40-3 Sub-lettered for GTW on today's 337 train bound for Waterloo, IA.
The regular Merchandise Train from Chicago, IL - Waterloo, IA.
Daily freight train from Champaign, IL - Waterloo, IA.