The Mainline of Mid-America lives on in Homewood as CN L536, the Glenn-Kirk local, flies past. The crew was extremely enthusiastic, but after all, who wouldn’t be; being at the controls of a piece... (more)
A local heads south out of Homewood Yard with a pair of GP9s on the point.
The view from the Homewood photo pavilion.
A southbound CN train is making a pickup at Markham Yard before continuing the trip south.
A trio of vintage SW14's smokes hard as they work the south end of Markham Yard on a nice fall day. It's only a matter of time till these end up in the deadlines at Woodcrest.
A rebuilt IC GP38-2 and GTW unit shoves back into the yard after arriving in from the north while IC GP40R's rolls out of the yard switching cars.
A reciently rebuilt IC unit pulls out of the yard with an interesting set of power.
Slug set with GTW 6224, CN 211, & CN 7211.
A pair of fallen flag GP38-2s rolls southbound through the Village of Homewood Il on thier way to Kankakee and points south.
Grand Trunk Western power works the Markham Yard job.
IC 101 finds a break in the clouds to soak up what little sunshine there was on this day while old glory flies in the distance.
A majority of the IC GP38-2's have been repainted but here are two still in original IC paint working on a cold March afternoon.