A fresh looking number 70 pushes back towards the yard.
AMTRAK 303 takes the siding while the northbound counter part continues on its way. The 303 will back out of the siding back onto the main to continue south.
Just another of the many moves through the Canal St. area.
A unique consist is seconds from arriving at CUS from Indy as number 5 holds her train on the south leg of the wye.
Number 49 heads up the service track.
The 577 leads her stack train through the yard.
A "winnebago" leads its dinky west just minutes from the end of the trip.
Waiting for their crews.
Two blue bonnets work at Eola.
I am rather suprised that the forces at M19a have not put a coat of amour yellow on the "gator".
Outbound Michigan service train.
Under the St Charles airline, the 205 and her train is staged the evening rush.
Crossing over to access the service tracks after wyeing the train.
Waiting for their crew for another day of duty.