A few new units in the group... Two new gensets still awaiting testing for service as well as the 605 in the back ground, returning from the AAR test center in Pueblo.
Cab view of the cabage... I wonder how many miles this unit has seen since being born in 1976.
Stored with her stack capped and horn removed.
A Michigan service train departs the terminal area.
Another one of the long distance trains makes its way though the car wash building. Appears as if the 199 has a bit of bondo work on her nose.
The 135 slowly pushes her train through the wash rack at 18th street.
The BNSF invasion continues at Lumber St.
A fresh looking number 70 pushes back towards the yard.
A unique consist is seconds from arriving at CUS from Indy as number 5 holds her train on the south leg of the wye.
Number 49 heads up the service track.
Outbound Michigan service train.
Almost there... The 106 gently pushes her train under the St. Charles airline.
Metra crosses over as Amtrak holds ahead waiting for a signal.