Southbound Indiana Railroad coke train makes an appearance at Blue Island.
A pair of INRD units head under the signal bridge at West Hoffman with another coke empty for Roseport.
INRD 9011, 9001 lead 74 loads of coke down the CP River Sub back to Indiana.
The pair of INRD's head south through Blue Island Junction on the IHB, preparing to switch over to the old B&O main.
It's a nice sight for the eyes and ears, as INRD 9011 and 9001 thunder along the Indiana Harbor Belt main in run 8, with CP #800, a loaded coke train from Roseport, Minnesota to Hiawatha Yard in J... (more)
This year, the Easter Bunny brought beautiful weather and clean INRD units.
A pair of clean INRD SD90s lead a CP coke train over the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul.
The pair of red and white MAC's leave Milwaukee behind, as they head east.
Normally, eastbound loads are grinding climbing up the path into Rio. However, on this day the mighty Mac's of the INRD are having no problem cresting the grade with a coke train.
CP #800 continues its journey towards Bensenville and ultimately, the Hoosier State. Rolling through Sturtevant, the pair of Big MAC's didn't waste any time!
Rolling out of Milwaukee, a pair of the Indiana Railroad's very attractive SD9043MAC's slide under the vintage, Milwaukee Road cantilever just outside of town.
For all the SD90MAC fans...The 1st trick yard job takes the SAHW (Senate Ave, Indianapolis to Hiawatha Yard, Jasonville, In) train down to Dixie Siding to park until the road crew comes on duty. ... (more)
The interchange job with CSX is returning to their yard at Senate Ave. Note the steep industrial siding emphasized by the telephoto compression!
Heading south with several loads for the Crane base is the SAHW in low evening light.