After taking a shot at Henefer, by the time the bumper to bumper traffic allowed me to get to Evanston the train had unloaded and backed into the yard, it was only around noon but I called it a day. Monday morning, knowing that the 4014 and 844 ran with clear stacks most of the time, I focused on a departure shot which had the best promise of a bit of clagg. The crowd had thinned out a bit but there were still probably 2-300 folks lined up for the departure. The east end of the yard is not exactly scenic so I looked for a tight shot of mostly the two engines with this result. I got one more shot east of Evanston but with the usual clean stack so it lacked impact. At that point my schedule required me to pack up and head home.