An old, Milwaukee Road vet idles away outside of Bensenville Yard.
On a cold, snowy afternoon, CP 182's pair of SOO SD60's pass G39's trio of GP60's, two being Cotton Belt painted units and the other being an unpatched Southern Pacific. Talk about old school!
A quick stop along Green St. rewarded us with a pair of Soo Line geeps, one a red and white and the other being a "Bandit."
The east end of Bensenville Yard with an unusual dearth of locomotive activity. I can only spot 4 locomotives, and only one of them appears to be active.
The Bensenville - Proviso transfer prepares to depart Bensenville Yard.
Yard at Chicago: 431 freightcars and 9 locs
SOO 2057 works the east end of Bensenville Yard as the late evening summer sun shines over the yard.
SOO 4423 waits for its next assignment as the last rays of light glint off the side.
A Soo Line yard job takes headroom east of Manheim Rd.
An NS transfer prepairs to depart Bensenville Yard after picking up NS interchange cars.
A bandit with its old Milwaukee lettering and number showing through sits quietly while a jet takes off from Chicago O'Hare Airport.
A conductor riding the caboose inspects the left side of the train, as his patrol returns to the yard.
SOO Bandit works Bensenville Yard.
A single Milwaukee Bandit yard goat works the CP intermodal yard in Franklin Park.