UP 1943 heads west on the ol' CNW E-W main passing under the signal bridge at Euclid Ave in Oak Park which still hosts a trio of CNW style E's.
In the early evening light, CSX W226, with a former Clinchfield SD40 leading, slowly glides under the former Chicago and Northwestern "Type E" signals that are still directing traffic to... (more)
A CSX SD40-2 leads coke empties through Oak Park on the east end of the UP Geneva Sub with the Chicago skyline in the background.
CSX SD40-3 4004 leads E810 under one of the last CNW style E signal bridges remaining in the Chicago area at Oak Park.
Brand new SD70AH credit units take ZG1BRB west under the CNW style E type signals at Euclid Ave in Oak Park, IL.
Spring has sprung in Chicago in the form of 6" of fresh powder as a westbound Green Line train pulls into the Oak Park Ave station. In the background is one of the very few Ex-CNW signal brid... (more)
Westbound stack train for California begins its journey on the old CNW E-W main in Oark Park where one of the very few style E signals remain.
Shot from the Oak Park Ave Blue Line station, CSX 1518 brings a few hoppers back from Ferrera Pan Candy in Foresy Park.
The Wabash heritage unit is see tied down on the raised ex-CNW main through Oak Park. This train sat here for nearly 12hrs before the UP finally sent a crew out.
The only train that uses the former B&OCT by the Eisenhower. The sugar local make its way back east.
After meeting a Metra scoot being pushed by Oak Park's namesake unit, a UP manifest approaches the station.
Despite hosting dozens of trains a day, including Metra's UP-West Line service, the rails of the former CNW mainline through Oak Park were rolled in 1959. To put this in perspective, these rails a... (more)
An inbound CTA train towards the Loop will be arriving shortly.
The reflection of UP 7868 is visible as an eastbound Metra train heads out of Oak Park during the height of the afternoon rush.