Three lines of power sit in Galesburg, IL.
Various engines at the locomotive terminal in Galesburg, IL.
Various units from different railroads sit in Galesburg yard at the engine facilities.
A pair of BNSF SD40-2s work pulldowns in Galesburg, IL.
A mixed freight passes through the huge Galesburg yard.
A sea of orange with a few Warbonnets, NS, Crandac, GATX, CITX units for good measure.
On Christmas Day, heavy snowfall shrouds the view of motive power at the engine facility.
As a boxcar rolls off the hump into a classification track, a set of three SD40-2s idles at the bottom waiting for the next string of cars to push over the top.
Early in the morning, SD39 No. 1924 rolls down the ladder performs switching duties. Note that there's nobody in the cab.
At sunset, an ex-Santa Fe SD39 works cars near the yard tower.
Early in the morning at Galesburg Yard, two remote-control EMDs are about to begin their chores.
At dusk after a heavy rain, the Galesburg engine facility is packed with locomotives from both major builders.
A spotless EMD SW-1200 is switching piggyback flats in the late afternoon at Galesburg.
The best leader of the ABA set returns to Galesburg after a run to drop a train on the Mendota sub to free room in the yard.