A southbound manifest snakes out of Lima with an ex-Conrail consist up front.
The Waukegan switcher heads under the old Northshore ROW, now a bike path, on its way back to Sutton. Won't be long now before those wheels on the hopper are shining again.
One of the two newest locomotive aquisitions shoves her train back to Chicago. Both the 215 and 216 are rebuilt ex-AMTK units.
A matched set of light power returns to Bensenville.
A UP transfer comes off the IHB connection headed for Bensenville with a brand new GO unit trailing the consist.
Pleasant Prairie empties head south early into their trip back west for loading.
Racing west to Milwaukee, I don't know why number boards are such an issue with these NPCU's.
Running wrong main, 298's train rolls eastbound.
Hiawatha service train rounds the curve under Highway 165.
Fresh paint on the recent rebuild reflect the late evening sun.
A grain train rolls south though the heart of Sidney.
The 6025 spent a few days idling on the house track waiting for repairs.
As we all know, newer isn't always better. The concrete whistle post that was here was replaced by the cheap fence post.
The Waukegan Switcher runs light though Rondout enroute to Sutton. Rather disappointing seeing the rusty rail on the wye.
A hopper train makes the bend in the middle of Wapak and passes both the dwarf and high CPL signals.