Ex-CNW Safety and Reliability locomotive now UP 9089, blast through the thick fog, created by the plant in the background, at 50 mph.
This is the ex-CNW 8577 unit in the special "Safety" paint
UP 9089 (patched CNW 8577) and CNW 8701 sit ready to pull this auto train to Proviso on this muggy night.
UP 9089 (ex cnw 8577) still in green and yellow, leads a manifest past the Elburn Co-op
UP 9089, patched CNW 8577, pauses in the afternoon sun.
UP 9089, ex CNW 8577, pauses awaiting for permission from the DS to proceed Eastward toward "Randall Rd.".
MPRAS 30 waits at the south end of Villa Grove for the MCHNL to Clear. The unit was ex CNW 8577.
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM as it accelerates out of a 10mph slow order.
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM, with dogcatch crew onboard, negotiating a 10mph slow order.
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM, which has been stashed in the Nevada siding on account of congestion in Des Moines.
This transfer train is headed by an ex C&NW locomotive. A special logo on the side has faded beyond recognition.
UP patched CNW.