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Specific Railroad Fansites

Fan created websites and special interest pages covering specific railroads. These can be currently operating railroad and/or fallen flag lines. These are un-official sites which are NOT sponsored by the railroad. See the Freight Railroad page for links to official railroad sponsored websites. For groups devoted to specific railroads, visit our Railroad Historical Societies category.

There are 147 links in this category

Illinois Railnet Railfan Guide
The Illinois Railnet operates two seperated BNSF brachlines in northern Illinois. The Illinois Railway, a subsidiary of Omnitrax, commenced operations on May 1, 2005 after purchasing the Illinois Railnet from owner North American Railnet. Illinois Railway operates four separate ex-BNSF lines in Northern Illinois.
Info: URL: http://www.illinirail.com/railnet/ (Added: 31-Oct-2003)
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Illinois Subdivision Railroad Line
This is a railfan website dedicated to the historic Illinois Subdivision railroad line; a CSX route that runs from St. Louis, Missouri to Vincennes, Indiana. This line dates back to 1857 and was the western end of the former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad St. Louis mainline.
Info: URL: https://ilsubdivisionrailroad.wordpress.com (Added: 27-Jan-2016)
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INCO Ltd. Railway Information Site
Any info one can want about the INCO electric railway. From Locomotive rosters and pictures to system trackage maps
Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/incorail/index.html (Added: 27-Jan-2002)
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Indiana Harbor Belt Archive
Photos, rosters, history and maps of the nation's largest terminal railroad.
Info: URL: http://www.dhke.com/ihbarchive/ (Added: 30-Aug-2006)
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Iowa Interstate - Unofficial Photo Archive and Railfan's Guide
Welcome Iowa Interstate Enthusiasts! The Unofficial Iowa Interstate Photo Archive and Railfan's Guide is dedicated to covering the past and present of Iowa Interstate (IAIS), one of the older and more successful of America's regional railroad spin-offs.

Born from the ashes of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific in 1984, Iowa Interstate operates about 500 miles of railroad, centered around the ex-CRIP main from Bureau, IL, west through the Quad Cities and Des Moines into Council Bluffs, IA. Additionally, they reach eastward to Blue Island, IL, via CSX and Metra trackage rights, and south to Peoria, IL, as well as operating several small branches off the main line. This site is meant to assist already avid IAIS enthusiasts, encourage new ones, and provide information to those just dropping in for a visit.

Info: URL: http://www.iaisrailfans.org/ (Added: 3-Sep-2000)
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Iowa, Chicago & Eastern Unofficial Web Page
Information on the "Coolest" Railroad in the Upper Midwest. The Iowa, Chicago and Eastern is owned by Cedar American Rail Holdings, a subsidiary of the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern. Created by the purchase of the I&M Rail Link LLC, IC&E commenced operations on July 30th, 2002. The 1400 mile line, based in Davenport, IA, serves the states of Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Principal commodities include chemicals, coal, steel, automobiles, and agricultural products. Train dispatching is performed at a joint DM&E/IC&E facility in Sioux Falls, SD. On October 30th, 2008, the Iowa, Chicago & Eastern and its parent company, DM&E, were merged into the Canadian Pacific as its subsidiary Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern.
Info: URL: http://www.illinirail.com/icerail/ (Added: 9-Aug-2002)
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James J. Hill
James J. Hill by Christopher Muller
Info: URL: http://www.railserve.com/JJHill.html (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Kansas City Union Station photos
This photography site is dedicated to the art, architecture and lore that is Union Station Kansas City, and to other rail related subjects. Whether you like old depots, trains, magnificent old buildings, history in general or just enjoy photographs that reflect the magical light of a very special place, I believe you will find images here that captivate you.
Info: URL: http://www.unionstationphotos.com (Added: 1-May-2012)
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Kansas City, Clay County and St. Joseph Interurban
This is a website devoted to the Kansas City, Clay County and St. Joseph Interurban which Ed Gentry has been recording discoveries of the remains of the railroad and videotaping interviews of people who rode the train during it's existence between 1913 amd 1933.
Info: URL: http://www.interurbanroad.com (Added: 26-May-2003)
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Keokuk Junction Railway
Keokuk Junction Railway by Jeffrey Dobek. I decided to prepare this web page as a memory of the time I spent at the KJ and a tribute to the good people I worked with, most of whom have since left the company. I hope you enjoy the photos.
Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/kjry/ (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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