298's crew is running out of time. The dispatcher lined them up for the reverse into the Rondout siding. A pair of CP GE's lead the way.
On a sunny morning in Rondout, CP 182 rolls across the diamond with a pair of SOO SD60's. In the process, they pass Rondout Tower.
Dan Viitala photo
Milwaukee Road Passenger Trains meet at Rondout
A Canadian Pacific freight train pounds the diamond in the middle of the night at the Rondout Tower.
A rush hour Metra switches tracks to eventually head west towards Libertyville.
Metra, pushing to Chicago on a rainy (and very windy) night, passes the Tower at Rondout.
What used to be the norm... The EJ&E road train crosses the CP/Metra mains to deliver cars to the CP yard, at dusk, 7:52 pm.
Three tired looking GP40's roll a train through Rondout. A very different looking Rondout back then.
I don't understand the signal at left, which appears to be indicating 'clear' notwithstanding the oncoming "Hiawatha"
Roundout Bob takes a look over things while waiting on the eastbound Wisconsin and Southern Railroads T004-01 to show up at Rondout Tower.
Sneaking south before the evening Metra Rush.
Protecting the backward move into the siding north of Route 176.
Chicago bound Empire Builder
Handing up orders.