A pair of Geeps lead JOL101 through Channahon.
Four GE's fly around the curve, headed west with a stack train.
BNSF 6644 and a sister lead westbound stacks out of LPC towards the west coast. The train is about two miles into its trip.
On a sunny morning, EJ&E 670 and 673 lead the 509 towards Morris.
EJ&E 670 and 673 approach Morris with the 509 train.
On a very hot and humid afternoon, GTW 4910 heads south with the River Line Job, approaching the industries in Channahon.
On Independence Day, these four GEVO's are quickly making their way west by Blodgett Road, shortly after passing LPC.
Does anyone have any info about this one? What NCIX stands for and what model EMD this is? This was shot at Durkee Road just west of I55 switching what I believe is Dow Chemical.
A BNSF ES44AC, an SD70ACe and an SD70MAC make for an interesting lash-up, as they roll down the Transcon, just west of LPC.
BNSF 7621 is a few miles into its journey to the west coast, passing through Channahon, IL.
L509 nears Morris, preparing to start its daily duties. The 4910 has definitely seen better days, but it's 2012 and it still wears its classic paint scheme.
A pair of original J SD38-2's slowly approach their switching destinations.
EJ&E 673 leads IC 6202 through Channahon, nearing the end of their Illinois River Line trip to Morris.
A very unexpected leader on the River Line this morning, in the form of a BC Rail barn unit, leads the way on JSW1. The BCOL colors go nice with the EJ&E orange.
The daily River Line job makes its back-up move, as it prepares for its switching duties.