The Peoria Rocket arrives at Joliet Union Station greeted by the fireman waving from a freight headed east.
Elimination of Rock Island passenger trains and shortage of working freight units has a pair oF E8As leading an eastbound freight.
ICG local heads north out of South Joliet Yard.
Westbound piggyback approaches the crossing of the Rock Island.
BNSF Warbonnet 791 leads LPCBLU east past UD Tower in Joliet.
The last slant nose cab unit in regular service is ready to take its train to Chicago.
A well traveled Rock Island E8 leads even more well traveled steel commuter coaches past UD Tower.
Amtrak #232 was built from components of the beleaguered SDP40F model; leading train #305, the "State House".
The Central of Georgia heritage unit leads the FTMCXO east past UD Tower in Joliet.
The Rock Island heritage unit leads BICB west past UD Tower in Joliet.
Train #17, "The Plug", has discharged its passengers at the last stop in Joliet, and is now headed to the South Joliet Yard.
GTW 5936 waits at Joliet UD Interlocking to enter the BNSF, eventually waiting nearly 3 hours to do so.
Iowa 153 leads BICB west past Joliet UD Tower.
NS SD60M 6815 leads FTMNSA east through Joliet.
Santa Fe’s 165 train speeds through Joliet Union Station led by a fairly new EMD GP60M No. 151 at Joliet, Illinois, on September 2, 1990.