Drive a few miles north to Springfield and maybe you can catch the IORY negotiating the diamond at Maitland; crews have to "saw" their trains to get from the DT&I Sub onto the Urbana Sub. It gets interesting with a 65 car grain train. Viewable from the west end of Snyder Park; or catch the NS and IORY activity downtown from any number of vantage points. The DT&I three stall engine house (built in 1949), coaling, and water towers are still standing. Until recently, the IORY had an office inside the engine house; but as the facility is falling into disrepair, the IORY has placed a trailer adjacent to the engine house for use as a yard office. This facility is located on the east end of town north of Leffel Ln. A golf course parallels the east side of the yard, bracketed on the north by the NS main, which crosses the IORY overhead. There are several residential city streets where you can view this yard without trespassing on company property. Get there before the leaves come out to get an unrestricted view, as there are numerous large trees surrounding the yard. A tilting target, operated manually by the traincrews, protects the diamond at Lagonda (Springfield). Enjoy.