ATSF 32L with Train 23, The Grand Canyon, with only 1 baggage car and 2 chair cars leaving Dearborn Station, Chicago, IL on February 6, 1968. Look at the Board of Trade Building out in the... (more)
Here's your Two For Tuesday: Catching the departures at Dearborn in the afternoon in Chicago on September 3, 1955, Bill Rosenberg and I making our first stop on a trip to the NRHS Convention held ... (more)
The Kansas City Chief A Roger Puta Photograph
Monon's F3's #207 departing Dearborn Station with the 'Thoroughbred'. We also can see Chicago & Western Indiana RS-1 #254 busy switching Erie-Lackawanna cars in the yards. The Monon, at one tim... (more)
Sharply on time at 10:30 a.m. on May 16, 1967, after idling most of the night two Erie-Lackawanna E8s crack open the throttle to move the 7-car Lake Cities Train 6 out of Dearborn Station for the ... (more)
At evening, Amtrak's Southwest Ltd gets ready at former Dearborn station
Santa Fe F3 units in A-B-B-B-A formation are ready to depart with the GRAND CANYON. Erie Lackawanna's train 6 had stood in the exact spot just a short time before.
Two E8 units are ready to depart with tr. 6, LAKE CITIES. The lead unit is a former DL&W unit and the trailing E8, 830, belonged to the Erie.
EMD A-B-B-B-A F units are ready to lead the GRAND CANYON west from Chicago. The unit number indicates that 30C is an F3 despite the F7 style dynamic brake fan. The unit is also displaying green fl... (more)
GP9 units 4916, 4910 and 4139 are ready to depart with the MAPLE LEAF on an overcast June morning. The train on the left is ATSF no. 16, TEXAS CHIEF, just in.
Home for Christmas.
Shot taken from the Roosevelt Road Bridge. That's Dearborn Station to the left and that looks like a Monon RS3 above the Es.
The combined "El Capitan/Super Chief" has just arrived in Chicago
Second-to-last day before Amtrak