A Metra RI train approaches the vintage Rock Island tri-color signals at Aberdeen street.
Perhaps a sign of the tough economic times, the tracks behind the Woodcrest shops are hosting some newer motors.
A glut of Alcos have invaded the Woodcrest deadlines. Seen here are two MLW motors from the Ottawa Central.
The Indiana Railroad is one of the more mysterious visitors to this part of Chicago, but with a bit of luck they can be found.
An NS SD70 leads a pair of CN SD60 draper tapers on a short mixed freight.
Even with the sagging economy, Galewood can still be a busy place. Here, we see a local job pull out onto the mainline, leaving an Indiana Railroad coke train back in the yard. In the distance, an... (more)
A coke train from the Indiana Railroad sits in Galewood awaiting a new crew.
Scoots meet under strange skies.
Metra 420 escapes the dark skies of Chicago for some sunshine.
Metra 611, one of two remaining F40C motors, is back in action solo, taking a rush hour scoot up the C&M.
A coal drag bound for the Norfolk Southern rumbles off the drawbridge and over the IC diamonds.
A magnificent vintage tram runs west along the MUNI F-Line.
A beautifully restored PCC in the San Francisco Municipal Railway's 1940s paint scheme sits in the ready line at the western terminus of the F Line.
Out in the industrial nowhere surrounding the Port of San Francisco resides a tiny shortline with something special: a fleet of two magnificently restored Alco switchers.