CSX #5340 leads a short intermodal train into Terre Haute.
Renumbered UP 3617 Leads a WestBound Frieght by Haley Tower.
New ES44AHs 3007/3012 take their first task after setup in Chicago, handling 150 new company coal gons built in Danville, IL, eastward toward Ohio and eventually southward toward the coal fields.
Ties up local switcher.
Q63926 runs during the cover of darkness but with the Holidays it is seen running during the daylight. In the consist is KCS 4788 and KCS 4784, 2 new ES44AC's enroute to St. Louis.
Terre Haute 8AM commuters' loss is my gain, as Q64909 pulled right up to the signal at Belt Jct. to wait on XL. Both trains had good leaders.
This was a great place to watch trains without the hassles of Indianapolis. Conrail was rather exotic for a short trip.
INRD's road freight from Hiawatha Yard in Jasonville to CSX's Bakers Yard in Terre Haute is seen here at Belt Jct on its northbound trip.
Graham Grain's nice little SW1 emerges from a tunnel of trees on track that has practically been reclaimed by Mother Nature. A closer look at the crew riding up front seems to indicate a welcome ... (more)
Another piece of history vanishes: It may be the dead of winter, but the business of moving the midwest's agricultural products hasn't stopped at the Graham Grain elevator in Terre Haute, ... (more)
My buddy Terry on 721 hits the Danville Branch and heads for Paris, IL to do his daily switching duties before he returns to Avon.
Terry and Gary on J721 start to head north on the Danville Branch at CP72 for a little work at Paris.