UP 4607 casts a ghost like image under the old C&NW signal bridge in Rochelle. A big thanks goes to Railpictures contributor Frank Stachowiak for the use of his flash units.
A day of clouds, the sun pops out for 10 seconds just in time for the Warbonnet leader of CHCSSE to be lit up. 60 seconds after the picture was taken it began to rain.
The Chicago Fort Wayne and Eastern power sits idling away along with IHB and BNSF power at the IHB Riverdale Yard in Riverdale.
A four aspect signal? Not quite. After years, or what seemed like years with all the coverage of this spot recently, of worry to the falling of the old searchlight signals at Naperville, the day h... (more)
Give it time and history will repeat itself. Since everyone and their parents have gotten a shot of the EJ&E duo going past the mural or the curve in Lemont, when it comes to shooting these things... (more)
A crazy power move backs into Bensenville passing B17 interlocking.
The worlds largest train car sits in the Congress Park BNSF yard while a flock of foamers get their shots.
The friendliest crew I've ever seen in the actual city of Chicago passes the infamous Lumber Street crossing with the NS local.
Annie hauls her train onto the main where it will die shortly at CP Flag Stone. The train will remain there for a large portion of the day.
With a foam party at the pedestrian crossing our party of two gets the shot going through town against the Oswego sign. The hurry up and wait game has begun.
Passing one of the unusual crossing setups along the line, the Railnet screams through stick country bound for Wedron.
First train is of the EJ&E's Bananna and an IC SW14 taking a single 4-bay hopper through a scrap lot.
May first brings us EJ&E 670 humping cars in Joliet yard.