A South Shore freight runs down the middle of E 11th Street in Michigan City, on their way to Bailly and later Burnham Yard. Freight certainly doesn’t street run often here, and with the street ... (more)
A quartet of South Shore GP38-2's lead PF-9 westbound passed the Gary/Chicago Airport Station on a humid evening in Gary, Indiana. The train is headed for the south side of Chicago.
Four South Shore geeps lead a BRC-bound manifest west through Miller.
On a nice Sunday evening, a quad of South Shore GP38-2's lead PF-9 west through the Portage/Ogden Dunes station. The train will head for BRC's Commercial Avenue Yard on Chicago's south side.
On another 11th Street adventure, CSS 2008 comes down the big hill on its approach to the Carroll Ave Shops. The trip would continue from here as they made their way to South Bend.
On a foggy day, CSS 2008 is in the heart of its climb over the big grade in Gary, Indiana. The climb is for the hill that goes over the old Wabash and PRR.
Clean, shiny, and side by side "South Shore Freight" motors. Photo taken by Jeff Stupar.
New CSS GP38-2s, in their original as delivered paint scheme, are working near Lake street in Miller.
"South Shore Freight" scene at Shops, near Carroll avenue in Michigan City Indiana.
South Shore's BRC job heads west through Ogden Dunes with a pair of classic traction orange GP38-2s.
South Shore's Belt Job heads down the hill into Hammond, bound for BRC's Commercial Avenue Yard in Chicago.
South Shore Sunday freight rolls westward down 11th street.
A long South Shore manifest is handled with ease by 2 GP38-2's as it heads west for East Chicago
Hard to find a dirty unit around here.