UP #8203 and newly renumbered SD9043MAC #3488 lead a long manifest train through rural Findlay Illinois.
A rare treat on the UP St. Louis Service Unit, 4 ICE SD40s lead the OSJCH-05 into the siding at Findlay Illinois.
A CEFX "Bluebird" and a CP unit lead the UP OCHSJ south at Findlay, Illinois. The UP OCHSJ is a Clearing, IL (Belt Railway of Chicago) to Saint James, LA crude oil train.
In gorgeous evening light, two UP SD70Ms bring the UP ZMQYC off the UP Pana Sub as it enters Findlay, Illinois. The curved track to the left is UP's Salem Sub.
UP #1996 leads the MCHPB south through rural Findlay.
UP's Southern Pacific Heritage Unit (UP 1996) is on point of the UP MCHPB as it enters the north end of Findlay, Illinois. The UP MCHPB is a Clearing, IL [Belt Railway of Chicago] to Pine Bluff, A... (more)
After the DPU failed on the CGMWF coal train, the crew uncouples from the train to go pick up a new DPU.
Engineer Williams takes the ZLDYC-20 (Laredo Texas to Yard Center Illinois) train out of the sididng at Findlay Junction.
The crew of the EC-5 "William E. Wimmer" Geometry car inspects and takes measurements of the track at Findlay Illinois, as the ZLDYC waits to pass.
The UP MPRPB out of Proviso, Illinois with an old-school GE/EMD consist rolls south to St. Louis on a nice April evening.
Led by a pair of SD70ACes the MCHAS-24 (Chicago to Alton & Southern) train pulls into the siding at Findlay.
A UP SD70M and a Ferromex Gevo, lead the IYCHO from Yard Center to Huston Texas.
The Amtrak "Texas Eagle" detours continue through Findlay Illinois as they continue building high speed rail through Springfield.
The AASCPX auto rack train sits in the sididng as the ZMXYC passes by on a warm April day.
As Ferromex pays Union Pacific back for horsepower hours, it has not been uncommon as of late to see Ferromex power leading trains in Central Illinois.