Passenger train makes rare trip through Sauk Valley
A passenger train made a rare pass through the Sauk Valley on Monday.
The train of nine historical passenger cars from the 1940s and '50s, which was operated as part of the National Railway Historical Society's annual convention, left Cedar Rapids, Iowa around 9 a.m. on its way to Chicago.
It hit Sterling around noon.
(This was filmed at the railroad crossing near Oppold Marina in Sterling.)