WAMX 4191 leads a very early WSOR T-001 through Morton Grove.
METX 107 leads an outbound into Morton Grove.
"The Calm before the Storm"
Metra 422 brings an outbound to into Morton Grove, just before a double-whammy of fireworks and lightning shows would appear around the area.
The heritage unit phase III powers the push-pull Hiawatha between Chicago and Milwaukee, making six or seven trips daily. Here it is seen on the last leg of its southbound trip between Glenview an... (more)
Metra 120 makes a station stop in Morton Grove with a inbound train. Those searchlights have their days numbered as a new cantilever is going up.
CP 287 hustles north through a quiet snow covered depot at Morton Grove with the Mt Rushmore unit in charge.
On a cold and rainy night, WSOR's 30th Anniversary locomotive heads for home rails as it flies through the northern suburbs of Chicago.
An oldie on the point of an outbound scoot.
A Metra train heads outbound, with the locomotive already past the camera, leaving only the silvery stream of stainless steel in view.
Running 8 hours and 16 minutes late out of their Glenview, IL. station stop, Amtrak #8 dashes through the Control Point at Morton Grove, IL. and out of the darkness, hell bent for Chicago's Union ... (more)
Amtrak's Hiawatha Service train for Milwaukee glides past the Metra platforms at Morton Grove as my 4 year old daughter Avery waves them on.
During Amtrak's initial 'rainbow' era
WSOR 10A and 10C get a high green and open the throttle after clearing the Morton Grove Metra Depot.
Early Amtrak with ex-GN & NP motive power