A local departs the Galesburg Yard on a sunny morning. The famous Galesburg engine facility can be seen in the background.
A colorful cast of characters fill the engine tracks at BNSF's Galesburg Yard. At first glance, one can easily make out warbonnets, bluebonnets and other schemes from NS, CSX and KCS.
Awaiting transit at Galesburg,IL. fresh out of NRE Silvis.
I spy...3 BN SD60Ms, an ACe, two warbonnets, a CSX GE, a few BNSF geeps, 1 NS SD70M-2, an F unit, a 60M under wraps, 1 CP Rail SD40-2, and a whole lot of Dash 9s! That's a lot of power! BNS... (more)
Three TRRA switchers have just departed NS Luther yard with a transfer for Madison .
Arriving at its final destination, CSXT 823 advances through the Galesburg Yard with its westbound manifest, along with the help of a trio of NS units.
Need an engine? We have BN GP28M's, BNSF GP38-2's, ATSF GP39-2's, Bluebonnet switchers, EMDX blue leasers, BN Executive SD70MAC's, KCS Southern Belle SD70ACe's, BJRY switchers, you name it!
A utility conductor throws the switch for a set of engines to head over to the servicing facilities at BNSF's massive Galesburg Yard.
Galseburg is jam-packed with cars and power, and BNSF's Clinton-Galesburg manifest squeezes its way into the busy terminal with a duo of four axle GE's at the helm.
Power for the Galesburg switcher prepares to be checked out by the forces in the shop before the next call to duty.
The view from the Galesburg overpass never disappoints!
A set of light power, led by GP60M No. 130, was working its way through the yard at Galesburg, IL on Sept. 12, 1996. The C30-7s in the background are stored with their stacks capped.
An outbound freight train departs from the yard as a hump trim crew pulls cars from the bowl tracks in front of the trim tower at BNSF's large Galesburg Classification Yard in Galesburg, IL.
There's often plenty of color to be found around Galesburg yard.
"8134, that'll do." The conductor sends out a signal to the engineer of one of the recently, reactivated SD60M's on the BNSF system, while other units carry on, in the Galesburg Yard.