Amtrak P42 139 leads the Texas Eagle south through Lockport.
300 flies past the Seneca/Oxbow plant, enroute to Chicago.
After crossing over at Flagstone, the engineer has this little GP9R pulling for all its worth.
Lincoln Service #300 blows through Lemont with the Phase I heritage unit "pointing" the way.
On a frosty morning, GTW 4620 builds air at the Seneca/Oxbow plant, before proceeding north.
Heritage unit 66 barrels through Romeoville, headed south towards St. Louis.
Amtrak's Phase II heritage unit leads Lincoln Service 303 south through Lockport, passing the historic Gaylord building.
#3018, the last active Wisconsin Central GP40 on the roster, teams up with EJ&E SD38-2 667 on the Oil Local this morning. These are the last two units I expected to see together, but the railroad ... (more)
On 10-11-12, a trio of AC44's lead Plaines' coal loads through Lemont, approaching downtown on their new routing. Quite a different sight, seeing coal trains roll down this portion of the old GM&O... (more)
EJ&E 674 is looking good in the early morning sunlight, as it departs Seneca/Oxbow.
On a sunny morning, EJ&E 674 leads a CN GP40-2LW out of Lemont.
Shortly after sunrise, the WC 3018 swings around the curve at Romeo, headed north to the Seneca oil refinery.
Thundering out of town, WC 3018 leads the charge! Through the years with CN, she shows some signs of age, but overall, her paint has held up very well.
Dodging shadows, WC 3018 and EJ&E 667 shove back to their train, after switching out Seneca/Oxbow.
The "Oil Local" shoves back to the siding at Lambert, before heading south to KA Steel in Lemont.