4416 is one of no less then 5 Soo geeps working in or around the area, it was nice to catch a bunch of Hockey Sticks, Candy Apples and even a Bandit while on the CP.
The only active ex-CNW SD40-2 thats not used as a RC unit leads the Bensenville - Proviso transfer past the Manheim Road Metra shack.
Probably one of the worst looking units CP has running shoves a cut of cars into the yard at the east end of Bensenville.
CP GP38AC 3013 idles away with a track geometry train in Bensenville Yard and a Milwaukee Road Bandit GP38-2 takes the day off
AZER E8 6070 sits in Bensenville Yard.
The old and the brand spankin' new. SOO 2066, sporting Milwaukee Road paint and CP 8911 both shove their trains into Bensenville Yard.
A Soo Line GP38-2 shoves its train back into the yard.
A matching pair of Soo Line GP38-2's await their next assignment at Mannheim Road.
After receiving a new crew at Bryn Mawr, the SOO 6038 is headed to the east end of Bensenville Yard, to yard its train.
Various units take on fuel in Bensenville. The leader of the pack is a blue bird SD40-2.
On a sunny morning in Bensenville, the CP's Tech train is tied down in the yard. A "Pacman" GP38 is in charge.
276 has gotten the call from Tower B17 and is approaching the Bensenville Yard. An IC&E "Snoot" leads the way, followed by a red DM&E SD40-2 and IC&E 6102, the last remaining IMRL painted SD40-2.
Quadruple 8 awaits its next call to duty, while G28's power (trio of SOO GP38-2's and a CP SD40-2) head back to the diesel facility.
Another Milwaukee Road painted "Bandit" heads back into the yard to pick up its train.
SOO 6038 and CP 6241 bring the 182 train through Bensenville Yard, with a GY12 crew onboard.