A pair of Grand Trunk Western GP38-2's, 4933 and 4914, switch Rowell Chemical on a hot and hazy afternoon along the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal in Willow Springs. Dubbed L535, this train origi... (more)
Field of....poop. The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (Sanitary District of Chicago, for short) is the only railroad in America (and possibly the world?) that transports... (more)
A pair of Canadian National widecab Geeps, a GP40-2LW and a GP38-2W, switch Rowell Chemical on a sunny morning in Willow Springs.
BNSF 4436 strolls through willow springs with its high priority intermodal shipments slicing through the air.
Metra 115 arrives into Willow Springs with heritage 915.
L535 works Rowell Chemical with a pair of GT's as a trucker and a biker wait to cross.
On a cold and crisp winter's morning, GTW GP9R 4623 and GP38-2 4911 lead L545 out of Rowell Chemical in Willow Springs. Both units still maintain their classic Grand Trunk paint.
BNSF 654, an original ATSF warbonnet, leads CHIGAL-16 out of Willow Springs yard.
The last SD40-2 in Grand Trunk paint switches out Rowell Chemical in Willow Springs.
Santa Fe Bluebonnet 2382 switches baretables at Willow Springs Yard.
The Oil Local switches Rowell Chemical with a Bessemer & Lake Erie SD38-2 in charge. Trailing is the EJ&E 666, which now wears CN paint.
The Super C flies low through Willow Springs,IL..
An extended cab GP50 in Cascade green paint, known as a GP50L, works the ramp at Willow Springs Yard. These GP50L's were designed to carry five man crews.
Santa Fe's Super C westbound through Willow Springs.