A rebuilt Metra F40 heads out of Chicago near Lumber Street.
Just realizes the sign looks like is says ANAL STREET. NS Train in the city headed for the BNSF at Western Ave.
Canon EOS 60D
Canon 17-40mm L
Late a night, an Amtrak Chicago Terminal Crew takes a set of Hiawatha Service equipment into their 14th St. coachyard to replace their NPCU.
An outbound Amtrak long-distance train rumbles across the Lumber Street Lift Bridge in Chicago.
Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Chicago, Illinois, USALocomotive #: N/ATrain ID: N/APhoto Date: January 04, 2008
The friendliest crew I've ever seen in the actual city of Chicago passes the infamous Lumber Street crossing with the NS local.
In the longest days of summer, you can get a little sun on northbound trains at the very beginning and very end of the day, such as on this inbound Missouri or Michigan Service train that I cannot... (more)
Coming from south end of coach yard and will reverse and head for Union Station.
In spite of how genteel the South Loop has grown, one industrial job remains, serving a venerable local industry. How much longer before this local joins the B&O bridge towering over it in the pag... (more)