An outbound scoot leaves the north end of CUS.
The 4435 pulls down to the lead between the the "D" and the "F" yards. I like the non-standard stencil.
"NIRC 4" shoves her work train thru the Libertyville "S" curves to tie down for the night at Rondout.
Yet another yard job pushes its cut back into the yard.
The 4609 poses with a SOO unit.
The 4609 pulls a cut out of the yard.
An ex-C&NW GP15 is tied onto two duces, one with its exhaust capped and the other has the UP markings crossed out.
The the last pair of Northwestern units sit on the marshalling tracks at Proviso.
A candy apple red SOO geep works the yard.
Local power, a mother-slug set in this case, sits in Cordele.
The Turn starts back out of town, only to tie up 3/4 of a mile south of here.
The star trails lengthen over the 592 as she waits for morning before rolling back to Fort Myers. 12.5 minute exposure.
The dinner train making its Friday night run north.
The dinner train makes its turn around and will return to Fort Myers through the valley in the trees. The engineer just finished walking the train in this 30 second exposure.
The RDC train, shown here minus its power, is the midday "River Rambler" excursion train. The two F-units on the railroad are NPCUs