Friday the 13th proved pretty lucky with this GP60/SD9 combo leading an empty fertilizer train through Rochelle.
The CNW Heritage SD70ACe leads the way for PRCB through downtown Malta.
Illinois Railway's Rockford job heads north near the Rockford International Airport on trackage once owned by the BN.
Illinois Railway's Rockford job heads north across a typical Illinois country crossing.
An interesting mix heads west with double stacks through Flag Center.
A quarted of SD40-2s heads west with a hot Z train, old #11.
Exercising its engine-only trackage rights, an Illinois Railway crew heads west through Rochelle to regain home trackage at Flag Center.
The CNW trio pulls up to its next parking spot on its way to Proviso Yard.
A pair of ex-Conrail engines take a brand new set of TCUX hoppers west for their first load of coal. Each car had a build date of 3-07.
The California Zephyr passes BNSF train E-KCMRWM9-18 waiting at the end of double track on the passenger main west of Galesburg.
An empty coal train up from the Peoria Sub passes under the last Q cantilever signal bridge in Galesburg.
The local from Council Bluffs turns the corner and heads west for Lincoln with a rare bird, the last rebuilt SF30B on the BNSF roster. Can't beat the all blue/yellow consist either!
The Council Bluffs Switcher pulls ahead to begin switching another cut of cars with two oddballs on the IAIS roster...the only GP16 and only SW1200.
A loaded coal train heads south on the Fort Scott Sub through Santa Fe Jct.
A westbound Z train takes the old way through Santa Fe Jct rather than the new flyover.