The Amtrak F40PH and P42DC in a variety of paint schemes.
A BNSF B40-8W leads the way past a section of bad track just outside Chicago on the Santa Fe mainline. That could explain the 40 MPH speed restriction signs in the area.
An ex-Illinois Central Geep retains the IC reporting marks on its new CN paint.
BNSF 9164, a clean SD70ACe, parked in the small yard at Congress Park.
A F40PHM-2, the last product line to roll out complete from the La Grange EMD Plant, passes one of EMD's latest creations, a brand new SD70ACe. This location is about a mile north of the EMD plant... (more)
The UP pulling CSX stacks down the BNSF.
Four different BNSF paint schemes are westbound through Kernan on the Santa Fe mainline out of Chicago.
Sante Fe caboose on the Argonne run out of Hodgkins. A year later, in the Fall of 2006, the windows were plated over with steel and another bit of railroading faded into history.
An AC4400CW on the rear heading north on the J passes JB Tower.
Trying to make their way down the tracks adjacent to Armitage Avenue, these guys look like they are three brooms short on a five broom job. A half hour later they still had not moved anywhere. (... (more)
85-ton 750v DC Ex-Kennecott Copper Company 703, unserviceable in a B&SVRR storage yard in Boone, Iowa. Built by GE in 1928 for Utah Copper, Bingham mine.
The California Zephyr (5) races past an ex-BN Geep, which is parked off in the small Congress Park yard.
Westbound through Congress Park.
EMD 90 SD90MAC-H behind the Electro Motive La Grange facility.