An old Oakway leads a mixed freight through the curves in downtown Mendota.
Number 3 slows for its station stop at Mendota as it passes the "Welcome" sign.
The classy pair of units roll westbound through the Glasford.
Freshly washed for the display at Peoria's Railfest. The unit is currently assigned to the TP&W.
The F-unit set runs light west bound.
Sportin the old school paint well...
Number 8 leans into the curve as it starts its climb up Lake Hill.
Its a shame the middle unit can't fade fast enough to match the other two, lessor or not.
Metra crosses over as Amtrak holds ahead waiting for a signal.
Dressed in the mother company's paint and name, Bloomer 1 stands poised for the upcoming fall harvest.
Delivered as NYC GP9 6002 in 1956.
A fine looking specimen from the Paducah rebuild center, frog eyes included.
The Long West drags its deliveries over the Metra diamonds.
The Sear's tower reins over the south loop rail scene.
Units wait outside the south end of the shop.