Right on que, the South Shore Line heads west through East Chicago, nearing Peguiss Yard with a pair of their classic, orange GP38-2's.
The westbound South Shore freight passes Pine Junction on a sunny April Fools Day in northwest Indiana.
CSS 2002 shoves a CSX coal train past the Miller Depot and out onto the CSX interchange track on a sunny but brisk late March afternoon.
CSS SD38-2 154, which recently was bought from the Iowa Interstate, leads a short local east through Beverley Shores, still wearing its IAIS colors.
At the west end of the South Shore's Burnham Yard with the Illinois Central Kensington Tower on the hill where the South Shore leaves the IC Electric. This is one of the GE motors were ordered by ... (more)
Westbound South Shore interchange to the CSX at East Chicago rolls out its final mile passing Republic on the Barr Subdivision.
2007 West heads into Gary crossing over the CSX Barr Sub. At Miller (just around the next corner) the short train will shove the CSX connection and head west to East Chicago.
Extra 2007 west makes a pickup at Burns Harbor as the lake effect snow is in full force.
After heading down 11th Street South Shore extra 2006 west is seen entering 10th Street just after crossing the Amtrak Michigan Line.
Extra 2006 west makes an appearance on 11th Street in Michigan City as a band of heavy lake effect snow stirs up blizzard like conditions behind them. In just a few moments the entire area was a w... (more)
The South Shore heads west through Pine Junction with a pair of their orange GP38-2s.
"In the Hole" (in siding) for a passenger train. The South Shore called them The 800s, not Little Joes. What the South Shore and the Milwaukee Road did not take of these GE beauties went ... (more)
On her first day of running in service in over 20 years, the Little Joe takes the spot light in a night photo shoot under a spectacular, stormy sky.
Built by GE in 1949. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Joe_(electric_locomotive)