Inbound and outbound Metra trains meet on a Monday morning at the Lisle Metra Station, located on BNSF's racetrack west of Chicago. Locomotives:METX 194 F40PHM-2METX 213 F40PHM-2
A pair of BNSF GP's pull a single covered hopper in push-pull lead a local though the Lisle Metra Station on a Tuesday morning. Locomotives: BNSF 2351 GP38-2 BNSF 2632 GP35u
Amtrak 68 leads the eastbound Illinois Zephyr through Lisle.
BNSF 6679 leads a intermodal east through Lisle.
BNSF 9297 wearing the experimental BNSF Heritage paint scheme on its first run westbound at Lisle Illinois.
During a heavy snow squall, a westbound coal empty rounds the curve into Lisle on the Chicago Subdivision.
An empty BNSF oil train heads west after the commuter rush at Lisle, Illinois.
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Amtrak's Phase III heritage unit leads the inbound Quincy train thru Lisle. This photo would have looked a bit nicer a few years ago when searchlights protected West Lisle.
Three BN SD40-2's lead an eastbound TOFC on the racetrack to Chicago.
Metra 197 leads a outbound train into Lisle.
BNSF 4547 leads a intermodal west under the new signals at Lisle.
Two warbonnets pull this grain train to a stop at the Lisle Metra plateform for a recrew.
A trio of LMX B39-8s leads a BN intermodal train on the former Burlington "Racetrack." Tom Golden photo.
Thomas Szczesniak Jr. photo.