An Ex-LMS C40-8W and a CSX SD40-2 lead a westbound manifest across Ivanhoe on the CN Matteson Subdivision.
Electric freight motor 802 is seen working at Goff Junction, on the east side of Gary, in 1980.
LIRC 2005 climbs the hill into Gary, Indiana as it passes the Gary SouthShore RailCats baseball stadium.
Electric freight motor 802 is seen working at Goff Junction on the east side of Gary in 1978. I thought the then standard, and now classic, "yard limit" sign looked pretty cool.
A 4 pack of CN C40-8M's lead a manifest freight south on the ex-EJE mainline through Gary Indiana.
The head end brakeman is riding on the pilot as the 800 class freight motor runs through the crossover during a switching operation at Goff Junction. The South Shore Line connected with the EJ&E &... (more)
CSS 805 climbs up the hill at Parrish with 70 cars in tow for the BRC in Chicago. Here is where the CSS flies over the EJE.
Massive (88' 10") South Shore Line freight motor 802 is seen working at Goff on the east side of Gary in 1980. A similar, but not the same, photo at this location was previously posted a few ... (more)
Huge 88' 10" South Shore Line freight motor 803 is seen working on the west side of Gary in October of 1979.
CSS 805 climbs the hill Penn/Wabash Hill in Gary, Indiana. This is where the CSS climbs over the old PRR and Wabash if the name doesn't make sense.
CSS 2006 descends down from Parrish with a 45 car train for the BRC. Parrish is where the CSS goes over the old EJE, now CN trackage.
The head-end brakeman on the local switch job is dressed in the traditional classic railroader's garb of 1972. The mandatory wearing of bright colored safety vests is still decades away.
The daily morning "bakery job" local is arriving at Indiana Sugars to switch out loads and empties, on the former Wabash Railroad 4th District Chicago-Montpelier Ohio line, in 1984.
As the sun draws its last breath for the day, A490 wraps around Gary/Chicago International Airport as it nears its destination of Kirk Yard.