Santa Fe all the way! BNSF, ex-ATST 651 heads south on the 16th street wye past the Amtrak yards towards Lumber Street.
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A light UP GP15-1, bound for Canal Street, heads under 18th St.
Amtrak 206 leads the Lake Shore around the Canal Street wye. It will then back into Union Station for its later on departure.
Various Amtrak power, including a new Genset, sits in the yard in Chicago.
Amtrak P32 500 backs out of the yard and towards Union Station. This will eventually become the eastbound Pere Marquette.
With the Chicago skyline standing tall, the NS Fs begin their trip back home, about to duck under 18th St.
Amtrak 172 ducks the inbound Southwest Chief into the yard in Chicago, completing its trip.
Metra 198 leads a outbound Southwest Service train south out of the city.
Amtrak P42 32 brings up the rear of a eastbound Wolverine, about to arrive into Union Station.
Phase III Amtrak P40 822 spends time in Chicago with several more typically painted P42s.
While Amtrak P42 99 prepares the day's California Zephyr, NS 65R passes with the Monongahela and Lackawanna heritage units on the point.
Three Amtrak P42s lay over at Amtrak's shops in Chicago.
Amtrak P42 200 pushes what was the eastbound California Zephyr towards the wash rack.
After dropping its passengers at Union Station, the eastbound Southwest Chief comes around the wye at Canal Street and prepares to back into the wash rack.
Various Amtrak power sits under the skyline in Chicago.