Posted by CraigMWiester on October 23, 2014 
YAY! :)
Posted by Mitch Goldman on October 23, 2014 
Wow - talk about luck! What were the chances that on a day like this, with an event like this, there would've been blue skies! ; ) Nice shot, Casey!
Posted by D.Carleton on October 23, 2014 
Very good summation of a most worthwhile project. However, the picture is worth far more than a thousand words. Excellent setup of your subjects from the reflection of the 8110 on the side of the 44 and the Sears Tower in the background. (It will always be the Sears Tower for some of us.)
Posted by Herb Brown Jr on October 23, 2014 
Triple play. Excellent catch.
Posted by Sport! on October 24, 2014 
Looks like a 2 car scoot up there!
Posted by Mike on October 24, 2014 
Sweet! It's awesome to see such major investments in the North American rail industry. How ironic is it that this flyover was created to eliminate a bottlekneck and yet this photo is no doubt creating a major traffic jam LOL!
Posted by Dean Lydic on October 24, 2014 
Great photo of three trains. Information provided in the remaks about the flyover was very interesting. Government funds put to good use.
Posted by Tom Gorton on October 24, 2014 
Great to see money being spent on infrastructure and cooperation between the various agencies.
Posted by Donald Haskel (Collection) on October 24, 2014 
I think the Chicago area could use more of these.
Posted by Scott Cunningham on October 24, 2014 
What a superb photograph!
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