Iowa City is the junction between the IAIS's First and Third Subdivisions, as well as the lesser used interchange to the CRANDIC. It also has a decent sized yard, and serves as one of two engine service facilities on the line (the other being Council Bluffs, IA). Until recently (Oct 2004), it was also corporate headquarters for the IAIS. After that date, the offices and dispatchers were moved to Cedar Rapids, IA.
A view, looking west, at the Iowa City engine facilities in Dec 2002
A view, looking west, at the Iowa City engine facilities in Dec 2002
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Looking east from the Dodge St. overpass at the Iowa City yard in Dec-2003
Looking east from the Dodge St. overpass at the Iowa City yard in Dec-2003
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The former IAIS headquarters building, just down from the shops and for sale in Dec 2004
The former IAIS headquarters building, just down from the shops and for sale in Dec 2004
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The back of the old HQ building, looking southwest across the yard
The back of the old HQ building, looking southwest across the yard
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IAIS 604 west over the Iowa River bridge, just west of the Iowa City yards
IAIS 604 west over the Iowa River bridge, just west of the Iowa City yards
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LLPX 2031 east past the Iowa City depot (just west of the yards) on 9-Aug-2004
LLPX 2031 east past the Iowa City depot (just west of the yards) on 9-Aug-2004
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The west side of the IAIS enginehouse, taken Dec 2004.
The west side of the IAIS enginehouse, taken Dec 2004.
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