A pair of Terminal SD40-2s depart Granite City works with a local.
In October 1965, steam equipped Wabash Geep 486 and N&W 3494 (ex-Wabash 494) leads the Chicago-St. Louis Banner Blue at Granite City, Illinois. Photo from my collection, the photographer Al Hol... (more)
A former Terminal Railroad of St. Louis EMD SW8, now a St. Louis Car Company locomotive, sits at the Granite City yard. A little research showed this locomotive was built in May 1951. Still oper... (more)
A remote controlled MP15DC owned by SCF Lewis and Clark Terminals is positioning grain hoppers for unloading at their facility in Granite City, Illinois. At the right in the photo you can see ano... (more)
In September 1984, near East St. Louis, the yard parallel along 14th Street in Granite City, Illinois, at the south end of the sprawling complex of Granite City Division of National Steel hosts a ... (more)
A pair of Terminal Railroad GP38-3 locomotives are sorting cars at Granite City.
A remote controlled MP15DC owned by SCF Lewis and Clark Terminals is shuffling grain hoppers at their facility in Granite City, Illinois. The operator in orange is single-handedly operating the l... (more)
Respondek Railroad Sw-1200 #1239, originally built fin 1965 or the TRRA, switches for customers at America's Central Port.
Port Harbor's First Responders unit rests in Granite City.
Empty grain train GLRBE1 is parked at Granite City waiting for a new crew.
NS 4662 leads a local west past the TRRA 101 job at WR Tower.
This UP manifest has come off the Springfield Sub and is slowly creeping forward after stopping for a few minutes to get clearance to enter the yard.
This vintage SW1200 was built as the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy #9271 in 1955 and is now working for US Steel's Granite City Works as their #1191. Here, we see it letting out the smoke as it sho... (more)
PHRR 1266 at Granite City, Illinois.