A pair of SD60m's and the one of kind 8197 are the head end of the deadline at the yard.
The Wabash pulls foward for head room before heading north with a local train for Eola. You can see several CN and BNSF units in this shot.
BNSF 504 leads a very overpowered local through Lockport.
A three way meet at Eola under the CBQ signals.
Four brand new aces just got a signal to depart G4 and head for the BNSF and points west.
A pair of FURX units work the south end of G4 switching cars into the ramp for unloading.
UP 8813/8820/8812 head down the hill out of Global 4 for the BNSF on their maiden voyage west.
UP 8813/8820/8812 lean into a curve and begin to see the red board the BNSF DS has left them.
UP 8813/8820/8812 with 8818 as the DPU charge west out of Global 4 on their first revenue run west.
Two new C4's lead this hot Z train toward Joliet UD
NS 8104 waits for a signal at the far west end of the yard as the V-BLUBEL departs the north yard.
In the early morning UP 7400 Susan G Komen Breast Cancer unit leads this long stack train off the BNSF tracks onto the UP and in about 2.5 miles Global 4.
BNSF 5354 looking freshly washed shoves on the rear of the funeral train as it makes its was for Chicago.
A very over powered local, with almost every BNSF paint scheme in the shot.
Just before sunset these Union Pacific units reflect off the lake while UP 1989 Rio Grande is in the backround at the service pit.