IC 6137 grinds up the hill, with State Line loads.
A trio of deathstars are moving right along, headed east with taconite loads.
CN 2134 (former CNW and UP) and CN 2151 (former ATSF and BNSF) lead M390 up the hill.
A pair of BN, Executive SD70MAC's are in charge of the eastbound, State Line loads. These two veterans were putting on quite a struggle, pulling up the uphill grade.
GTW 6420 heads east to Smurfit Stone.
CN 5744 and CN 8894 are the DPU's of this 250 car, ore train. It was over 800 axles long.
GTW 6420, looking good in its original paint, leads the Smurfit local back to Joliet Yard.
CN 2437, a C40-8M, leads M343 west through Joliet, with a CN "icon" unit trailing.
M342 grinds eastward, with a new CN SD70M-2 on the point.
GTW 5850 has eleven of them for Smurfit Stone.
A pair of CN SD70M-2's, the leader in new paint, lead M390 out of Joliet.
A 10,000+ foot, M347 heads west through Joliet, with a nice lash-up.
CN 2123, one of the ex-UP C40-8's that CN purchased, leads M390 through Joliet.
Taking the connector from the ex-GTW to the ex-EJ&E, M395 heads for Joliet Yard
This new ES44DC has no problem getting this hundred car, M390 up the hill. CN 2337 leaves Joliet on a sunny, November morning.