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CL Hogger about Its Here, Its big, Its long, Its needs lots of $
Sun, 06-26-2016 22:40
Do you really think a museum has ANY reason to install 2 tables?


CL Hogger about Turntable successfully unloaded
Sun, 06-26-2016 22:35
Maybe someday.... The sooner you donate to the Roundhouse Fund, the sooner it'll happen. Haha.


CL Hogger about From the Shays point of view
Sun, 06-26-2016 22:27
Raphael, I hate to bust your bubble, but the Shay has always had the wedge plow while it's been at IRM. While I dont know if it was a "factory option" [...]


Dick Cridlebaugh(member) about More from the Silver Pony Crew
Sun, 06-26-2016 21:50
It is good that Pony has a home. I am 80 and a great fan of CB&Q.I hope to be able to come there from East Peoria soon. Bob McCutchen(steam [...]


Ted Miles, IRM Member about From the Shays point of view
Sun, 06-26-2016 09:38
Roger, You all have a fine looking project there. But I while know it was the museum's first operating steam locomotive; i wonder about the [...]


Dave Cook about Steam Department update - Spring 2016
Sat, 06-25-2016 07:22
How is work progressing on UP # 428?


Kirk Warner about Steam Department update - Spring 2016
Thu, 06-23-2016 11:27
The steam department deserves high praise for the high quality of work which they have been producing. The videos that are out on YouTube of the 1630 [...]


Matt Maloy about Diesel Shop update 3/19/2016
Wed, 06-22-2016 18:25
I love hearing from the diesel department. Personally, I think the Illinois Railway Museum has one of the best (if not the biggest and most diverse) [...]


Nick about Steam Department update - Spring 2016
Tue, 06-21-2016 22:53
How is No.1630 doing?


Thomas Kaufman about From the Shays point of view
Tue, 06-21-2016 15:53
Bob Crosby was the engineer of the Shay when I first rode behind it. He was a close friend of my late Uncle Bill Girling of the CB&Q. I am sure Bob is [...]


Thomas Kaufman about From the Shays point of view
Tue, 06-21-2016 15:49
Roger, Really nice to see the Shay in the current condition. when I first started coming to the museum as a young lad in the late 60's this was the [...]


Raphael about From the Shays point of view
Mon, 06-20-2016 22:57
i don't recall the shay ever having a wedge plow.