Cargill SD20 No. 610 is stored by the depot prior to delivery to the company's Gainesville plant, first needing to be towed to Lula and turned short hood south. It now resides at the plant as of t... (more)
MJRX 1021 makes a fine grain elevator switcher at the large elevator along the UP main at Gothenburg, NE. Built in January 1960 as Southern Ry. SD24 no. 6315, it was acquired by Illinois Central a... (more)
One of those "I Waited Years For This Shot" Shots. Growing up in Hanford, every time I would drive down to the grain facilities at Kings Park I would make it a point to find the red, EMD SD... (more)
A pair of Indiana Harbor Belt SD20's lead IHB train 338 out of Gibson Yard on a beautiful morning. The Gibson roundhouse can be seen in the background. Harbor SD20's are common around Gibson Yard,... (more)
IHB's three SD20's spend their current days working Gibson Yard. #2920 is seen here shoving back into the yard with a cut of autoracks. One can only hope that these veteran EMD's, which have been ... (more)
IC coal train led by SD-20 #2018 (nee SOU #2505) passes the former GM&O depot in Sparta, IL. This the same station Sidney Poitier arrived and departed in the movie “The Heat of the Night”.
The IC SD-20 #2030 (nee UP SD-7 #778) & #2032 (nee UP SD-7 #783) from DuQuoin, IL lead the Baldwin Local on its approach to its Baldwin, IL terminus.
One of Will County's veteran SD20's brings in a cut of coal loads.
Bryan works the 322 as he pulls west of Gibson Yard for headroom.
This old work horse is still earning its keep but for how long...
Will County Coal SD20 1801 switches the power plant in Romeoville.
IHB SD20 2920 switches the west end of Gibson Yard.
IC 2024 hits the diamond in Sullivan, IL in June of 1993. Arriving at the diamond just before a NRHS fantrip with UP 3985, the long grain train took almost 15 minutes to cross the diamond, causing... (more)
Cargill SD20 609 sits in Joliet yard.
Quite a collection of older units have been assembled in the yard in Joliet on a beautiful Midwest fall morning. GTW GP9R 4632, another GTW GP38-2 and EJE 667 are seen in the distance.