One of the "big" units drags her seven cars past Rondout tower.
Metra's 2141 crosses over for access to the Fox Lake subdivision.
Metra's 2147 enters the Fox Lake subdivision, passing evidence of this afternoons rain.
A two car Hiawatha crosses the EJ&E at Rondout. Note the station platforms, train order platform, and no bicycle path bridge.
A northbound "scoot" heads past the manned interlocking at Roundout.
Amtrak Hiawatha train 332 blasts past the plant at Rondout under the watchful eye of the Operator, doing his job on the ground. This was pre-cabbage days.
Amtrak slams the diamond with the J at Rondout.
A sight repeated many times a day at Rondout. A sight that one day we will miss.
EJ&E 300, the new Waukegan switcher power, spots a group of rock cars before heading back into Rondout yard to grab its train for Waukegan.
The Long West drags its deliveries over the Metra diamonds.
Milwaukee district north train passes thru the "out".
A fast Hiawatha kicks up dust scooting between abandoned CNS&M abutments. The autos on the left clarify the age of this photo. At the time of photo Milwaukee trains were painted in UP colors.
Amtrak Hiawatha train from Chicago flies across the EJ&E on it's way to Milwaukee.
A late Long West pulls under the old North Shore for head room before backing around the wye and dropping cars for the CP at Rondout. Its nice to see a daylight J train up north here, all be it wi... (more)
In a historic scene, DM&E 6200 east thunders through Rondout in run 8, slamming the EJ&E diamond, passing the vintage tower, and grabbing the paper work hung low by the on looking tower operator.