A BC Barn leads a pair of BNSF GEVO's through Dyer, IN.
A Kirk Yard to Markham transfer shows up at Calumet Ave with a solo SD60F.
Eastbound CN train headed for the old GTW heads through Dyer, IN on the old EJE.
Ex-CNW 8544 heads west on the ex-EJ&E Eastern Sub and past one of the few remaining search lights on The J.
J-Ball 662 heads west through Dyer, not far from its next switching point at Chicago Heights.
EJ&E 702 passes the depot at Dyer, IN, with an eastbound local as the operator looks on. 702 would be leased and then sold to Birmingham Southern in 1985.
After over 100 years of service, the independent J is down to its last day. The railroad did itself proud with this train, the Line Train, seen passing through Dyer bound for Kirk Yard in Gary.
The daily Kirk Road Switcher grinds across the CSX owned Monon at Dyer, IN with another pair of J's attractive orange EMD's. The moderate local just completed its work at Griffth and is headed to ... (more)
The EJ&E "Line Train", road freight from Kirk to Joliet, roars through Dyer, IN right on time, slamming the old Monon diamonds with force as 4 SD38-2's rumble through town with a mile of manifest.
A study of the 8104's cab. Note the American flag.
Couple a cool engine, a stopped train, and a friendly crew together and you get the opportunity for some interesting angles.