A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets race west into the setting sun.
BNSF SD70ACe 9060 trails at the rear of GFDBRC as the DPU.
BNSF SD70ACe 9160 ducks under one of the very few remaining operational CB&Q signal bridges on the west side of the diamonds in Rochelle.
BNSF 4010 leads a grain train west over a small creek on the west side of Aurora.
U NSDTND, a unit oil train, holds down the siding in Shabbona, waiting for higher priority traffic to run around it. NS 8101, the Central of Georgia heritage unit, leads the way.
NS 8101 slowly rolls down the siding in Shabbona, headed west to the oil fields of North Dakota.
The Central of Georgia heritage unit, NS ES44AC 8101, heads west into Shabbona on a sunny, but cold afternoon. The train will take the siding up ahead in town.
Five Dash 9's (pair of H2's, pair of Warbonnets and an H1) roll through Aurora with a westbound stack train.
The pair of Warbonnets hold the siding in Shabbona, waiting for a meet with an eastbound freight.
A pair of classic Santa Fe Warbonnets lead the H BRCNTW into Shabbona, IL. The train will take the siding up ahead, to meet an eastbound.
After waiting in the siding at Shabbona for two Eastbounds, the "Santa Fe duo" rolls Westward into the beautiful evening light, leaving behind windmills, farm, and fields.
A a beautiful St. Patrick's Day, a pair BNSF General Electric units race the Clearing Yard, IL to Northtown, MN high-priority Manifest though Rochelle on the Aurora Sub.
NS 9852 heads out of the Aurora siding as it begins its trip west down the Aurora Sub.
The Lackawanna holds the siding in Shabbona, waiting for signal indication from the C&I Dispatcher to head east.
The Lackawanna slowly rolls through the siding, about to meet a westbound. What location are we at again?