Chicago & North Western EMD GP15-1 No. 4410 and EMD GP7 No. 4144 tug at a long string of coal gons out of the east end of Proviso Yard on September 1, 1991. The train is approaching the 25th Avenu... (more)
The conductor on a CSX transfer out of C&NW’s Proviso Yard looks back at his train rocking and rolling through the crossovers at Bellwood, Illinois, on September 1, 1991. The train is entering I... (more)
Various power sits in UP's Proviso Yard on a warm summer evening.
CNW SD38-2s 6655 and 6659 team up on the hump at Proviso Yard, C&NW's only hump yard at Bellwood, IL on Chicago's west side. This photo was taken from the main tower. The railroad ordered 10 SD38-... (more)
A rare loco on the C&NW, CNW 1198 and 1199 were the only two units of this type acquired by C&NW. The 1198 is shown at Proviso Yard near Chicago at the locomotive servicing facilities. These two u... (more)
A pair of UP SD40N rebuilds sit at Proviso Yard waiting for a assignment.
Since being released from the paint shop back in March of 2012, the Southern heritage unit makes its first trip to the Chicagoland area. It's seen at the UP's Proviso Yard, waiting to be assigned ... (more)
NS's Southern heritage unit sits in Proviso yard. This is the first time 8099 has visited the Chicago area. Also, the CNW twins sit in the background.
An ex-CNW SD40-2, still with its bell on the nose, snakes a cut of cars through Proviso Yard.
The engine house at Proviso is always an interesting place to photograph because of the variety of units that can be seen. Today, 4 brand new Ferromex SD70ACe's brought in from the CN sit with var... (more)
Racing west into the setting sun, a glint shot from the "wrong" side.
A pair of ex-SP GP60s take a transfer from Proviso to BRCs Clearing Yard.
One of the very last trains to leave Canal Street Yard before it is shut down in favor of Global 4 Yard, UP 1989 leads through Bellwood in a trip that took 3 hours to go from Canal Street Yard to ... (more)
A Metra train slows to a stop at the tiny station in Bellwood.
A UP train off the IHB snakes past an unusual visitor to the yard, and a long line of new GEVOs.