The sun broke in time to make this shot.
The 1218 comes to Chicago and heads to Fort Wayne, IN on a railfan excursion. Many railfans greet the engine as it comes through the NS yard in Chicago.
Some P42s and NPCUs of various flavors are sprinkled about the yard on this beautiful summer day.
A set of 2200 CTA cars prepare to depart for their next and last stop, Rosemont.
The yard tower in the windy city boasts a large classic neon arrow logo.
90368 was the prototype NPCU, and is still in Phase 3. Click Here to see 90368 being prepped for paint in '05.
Three trains stand at the ready to head into the station for the outbound rush.
90229 still in Phase IV.
A regional Amtrak train departs Chicago, with the city's iconic skyline in the background.
Six trains 3 in 3 out can be seen at the OTC getting ready for the rush to begin.
UP's Operation Life Saver special departs downtown Chicago for the third time today this time headed for Union,IL. and IRM.
a pair of cosecutively numbered EL SD45's with train wait at busy Pullman Jct for it's turn to cross the numerous diamonds and railroad that pass through
power at EL's Chicago area facility
While it looks like a Pennsy E-8, on Oct. 7, 1968 the 4274, looking the worse for wear, was actually Penn Central leading 4-car Train 14 from always-busy Chicago Union Station en route to Detroit... (more)