The original Norfolk Southern heritage unit is in charge of 15E today as they leave Peru, IN behind and head west down the Lafayette District.
With a fresh crew on board, eastbound rack train 272 accelerates out of Peru with a pair of smokey SD60M's in charge.
After sitting for several hours waiting on a crew the 272 pulls east toward Peru Junction about a mile away only to wait for westbound trains to clear so it can start it's journey to Winston-Salem... (more)
The daily 18K from Decatur IL heads east then North at Wabash interlock to Elkhart IN yard with the friendly engineer.
The 267 enters Peru yard at the JCT. This train originates in Ft. Wayne IN and is on it's way to St. Louis MO.
Eastbound at Peru, the 34N will stop for a crew change and set out the blue & white GMTX unit for the 255 triple crown.
The daily eastbound 34N arrives in Peru for a crew change then delayed for westbound trains before heading to Conway yard in Ohio.
The NS 272 from Kansas City to Winston-Salem with all auto racks today slows and will come to a stop for a crew change before continuing east.
The daily 13K from Elkhart IN to Decatur ILL pulls west after the crew change at Peru yard.
19K from Elkhart changed crew and yarded a few cars before leaving westbound.
Train DO5 starts west after a crew change at Peru yard.
Westbound 15E with all Union Pacific power leaves town after stopping for a crew change.
Eastbound 10E enters Peru yard for tie down with interesting power.
At track speed, eastbound rack train 272 approaches Peru, IN and a crew change with a BNSF warbonnet in charge.
A sweet consist for these days when everything seems to have disappeared except for GE wide cabs, an SD70 and an SD70M lead 19K west out of Peru. After having just got a new crew, 19K is ready to... (more)