Metra 205 leads an outbound train under new and old signals in Naperville.
Metra 205 awaits it next assignment into Chicago.
Metra 205 shoots up a cloud of smoke as it barrels towards Chicago.
Another day, another rush. Passengers walk away from the train that just carried them from Chicago in less time than it would take just to get on the Eisenhower.
The evening rush is dying down as the sun sets on Downers Grove/Main St. Station. An outbound train is about to knock down an approach signal as it departs for points west.
An inbound dinky approaches the Cicero Metra station at the same time as an outbound.
Under the St Charles airline, the 205 and her train is staged the evening rush.
These locomotives always remind me of the people that go into cosmetic surgery for their nose, only to have the surgeon chop off more than what they wanted.
Metra 205 prepares to shove another inbound train towards Chicago, and RP contributor Brian "Brain" Smith gets a side shot of 205.
West bound Metra stops at Main Street sometime after six o'clock
Whoever designs the new signal bridges obviously has had no education in the aesthetics area of study. In fact, the only word that comes to mind when compared with the classic Q is monstrosity.
Another Metra cruises west in the waning hours of daylight.