EJ&E SD38-2 666 pulls into Joliet Yard with N-21.
EJ&E SD38-2 666 leads N-21 east through Crest Hill.
EJ&E SD38-2 666 leads a late Long West through Crest Hill.
Woe to you, oh Earth and Sea,
For the Devil sends the Beast with wrath,
Because he knows the time is short....
Let him who hath understanding reckon the Number of the Beast
For it is a human n... (more)
EJ&E 666 and 664 are closing in on their final destination at Joliet Yard.
EJ&E 666 and 664 roll east through Plainfield with a manifest.
EJ&E 666 and 664 take a manifest east down the Western Sub, destined for Joliet Yard.
Line Train is running a bit early today with what should have run earlier on the Night Flyer, which ran out of time in Kirk Yard. 666 is about to cross CN's South Bend Sub at grade.
Kirk Yard local is running off J2 to UP2 into UP's Chicago Heights yard.
Coal Empties from The Com-Ed State Line plant wait at Hammond for a track warrant to head east.Not to many locomotives wear the number 666 anymore.
EJ&E 666 is struggling for speed as the train exits Eola yard and heads toward Normantown. Thanks to the scanner, I got to see this second EJ&E train!!!
EJ&E SD38-2 666 is on its way to Romeoville, where it will pick up its load of coal cars and head back to the Joliet Yard for a trip west down the Western Subdivision.
EJ&E sister units 666 and 667 sit in the yard awaiting a re-crew.
EJ&E's "Satan unit" runs light long hood forward en route to service a local industry.
EJ&E 666 and EJ&E 665, both in the stunning orange paint scheme with white stripes, move slowly through their yard with a very long Westbound empty coal train.