Some clean paint on the end cab switcher hiding out in Belvidere.
The 5036 pops through the Eads bridge and is about to enter the tunnel that leads through the Jefferson Expansion Memorial on Saint Louis' riverfront.
The Challenger tied down in St Louis, with the Gateway Arch in the background.
Two Hiawatha consists are tied together for the trip to Chicago after some mechanical issues this morning left one train stranded at Sturtevant.
The ex-CN unit in a much better paint scheme now.
A few units bask in the sunlight at Waukegan.
A Gevo leads through the plant, and under the classic AT&SF signal bridges, at Edelstein in late evening light.
The westbound P&W sits on the main, poised for the start of the week with its A-B-A set of F's.
UP power brings this train down the hill at Ransom.
The Waukegan local pulls on a cut of tank cars.
Perhaps there was a reason the "J" would use 4 axle power on this job?
A CSXT "Q" train exits the 1914 Graham tunnel and crosses the Kessler bridge high above the Potomac river.
Number 2143 has the brakes applied as it glides over Milwaukee Ave and enters the station at Libertyville.
Number 2143 has the brakes applied as it glides over the east end of the siding and enters the station at Grayslake.
Starting the second half of the Milwaukee Ave. "S" curve, the 427 brings her train into Libertyville's station.