Relics of the CTA... Cars 6102-6101 and a 1-50 series car sleep away at the Fox River Trolley Museum. Its been almost 20 years since 6102-6101 were officially retired.
Seen from the Stearns Rd bridge, eastbound M338 crosses the snow covered Fox River in South Elgin.
A CN SD60F and a pair of YN2 CSX GE's lead an eastbound, extra ethanol train through South Elgin, IL.
Eastbound M338 train from Waterloo, IA passes under the ex-CNW line to Belvidere with an ex-CNW C40-8 leading the way.
UP's set of E's leads NRHS guests for Union Il. as they
roll by S.Elgin.
ITC M.U 362 sits on display at the Fox River Trolley Museum.
Car 715 was built in 1926 by the Cincinnati Car Company and was used in service until 1965. The car was acquired by the museum in 1989.
Known as the 5000 series cars, only four were built before being redesigned into the 6000 series cars. These 5000 series cars were in service on the CTA from 1947 to 1985. Three out of the four ca... (more)
An empty ethanol races across the Fox River with an awesome GTW / IC geep consist. Sterns Road is in the process of being extended west to Route 31 which is what the construction is for in the for... (more)
The eastbound Ski Train crosses the Fox River on its brief trip through the Chicagoland area.
The conductor punches ticket stubs, as visitors take a ride on the a vintage CTA car, which was built by the Cincinatti Car Company in 1924.
M337 heads west with an all EMD lash up, GCFX SD40-3, 2 WC SD45s, and an IC SD70.
BLE 909, WC 7496, & CN/IC 6100 head east over the Fox River.
337 has an all IC lashup today as it rumbles over the Fox River.
A pair of WC SD45's lead a Chicago-bound freight across the Fox River.