Decent looking paint on the radio control U-boat.
The faded nose of the 104 leads a coal train south through Erie Jct., on the south side of Lima, and past a CPL in need of primer and black paint on the markers.
CN's Spaulding to Waukegan turn, gets the ok to head south though Rondout on the way back home.
BN 1, assigned to the heavy weight coach train, waits for the day to begin.
More faded green rolls back in forth through the yard.
335 notches out after passing a slow order.
A rare pair of matched SOO SD60s sits tied down in the westward siding at Wads. The extra red on the nose is due to the set of dwarf control signals shining on it.
Road power waits for its next call.
Looking much nicer after a recent bath..
Its interesting watching these 808 types as they run 1x2 or 1x3, with the DPU as the leader, down to Galewood. That way they are set for the trip on the BNSF without a turn on a wye.
The Waukegan local heads south at Leithton as they head to Spaulding to tie-up for the night.
Assigned to the rock job out of Racine for years now, the 1943 shows her fading patches over the classic SSW / SP paint.
Dragging their 93 cars out of the siding and splitting the signals at Wadsworth Road.
The conductor rides the point as they make the pick up of yesterday's 486.
Hard to tell from this view, but three duces pull eight cars, rather over powered until they get to the siding at Wadsworth where 87 cars from yesterdays 486 wait them.