A pair of BRC C424's return to Clearing yard after dropping off a transfer freight in Proviso yard.
Belt Railway's bicentennial unit, 16 years after the bicentennial, is paired up with sibling 533, idling here at the top of Clearing Yard's hump.
BRC C424 604 and 602 shove a transfer train around the northwest leg of the wye from BRC to Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad rails at 75th Street (Forest Hill) Interlocking Tower. Once t... (more)
As many things may change on a railroad, some little things may never change at all. Here, an old school padlock inscribed simply "BELT RWY" protects a recently installed gate on the edge of the p... (more)
A lone SD40 leads a BRC transfer run out of Clearing and towards the IHB at dusk.
BRC cow calf switcher set Pullman Jct Chicago
The Clearing - Glenn Yard 6pm transfer waits just west of Cicero Avenue for permission into Glenn Yard.
584 and several other not pictured switchers are busy working one of several sub yards that combined make up the largest in Chicago, Clearing.
Certainly one of the busiest yards I've ever been to and I've been to alot of yards. In the hour I was on this bridge, I saw trains from 6 of the 9 North American class ones in addition to four se... (more)
As the sun sets below the horizon, the last light of day bounces off the stratosphere giving the snow on the ground a bluish glow, as two BRC geeps wait for their next shove into the yard.
A southbound Belt Rwy transfer about to go underneath the BN commuter line.
Switching the east end of Clearing Yard.
The Corn Products transfer waits for a new crew to yard the train just west of Harlem Ave.
A lone SW1500 gives off a huge cloud of smoke as it strains to get its train of hoppers moving.