In ultra low light, a warbonnet GP60M leads a whole mess of four axle power on a westbound stack train bound for Seattle. Thank you Mr. Metra for teaching me the ways of low light photography.
BNSF 2402 trails 5 other units making a very colorful lash-up. Nice to see this old veteran still kickin, not to mention in a nice coat of Santa Fe Blue and Yellow.
A "classic" Heritage I Wedgie (with ATSF plow to boot) leads today's high priority IM train bound for Portland.
A fairly clean Gevo leads a now veteran BN SD70MAC on a westbound coal empty.
A repainted ATSF B40 leads an old school combo (insert NS SD40-2 and BNSF GP7u) westbound under an eastbound CN M348 (overhead).
A pair of CN's finest ::ends sarcasm:: leads this BNSF manifest bound for Kansas City, Kansas.
A pair of BNSF units sandwich a trio of former Santa Fe's making this all EMD lash-up quite the colorful train.
A pair of executive 70's high ball West through the LaVergne plant, heat waves from the EMD's distort the Sears Tower in the backgorund.
BNSF 131 leads a set of light power back from Western Ave. after dropping off its train.
Amtrak #3 cruises past the LaVergne depot as he slows to make a move from main 2 to main 1.
A pair of geeps head light power to Eola presumably to bring back a train.
The usual Z train leader takes control of new arrival, CSXT 5218, and an original UP C40-8, 9329 on today's South Seattle.
A pair of matched CSXT B40-8's take a BNSF vehicle train out of Cicero.
Ex ATSF 688 leads today's Belt Ry. of Chicago - Galesburg Manifest.
Light power heads for the "barn."