Westbound local 101 blast under the classic ex-Santa Fe cantilever signal located at Toluca. The BNSF's signal gangs have been working east out of Galesburg replacing this section of old signals f... (more)
With power that would typically be found on the Q FTMNSA, NS 8117 leads the charge eastbound with a long stack train in tow. This train originated at the yard in Ft. Madison, IA and will interchan... (more)
Under the ATSF era signals, a BNSF stacker heads West in to the afternoon light
An eastbound stack train from Fort Madison to Logistics Park passes under the signal bridges at Toluca.
Westbound auto racks pass under the endangered Santa Fe searchlights at Toluca on a sunny evening along the Chillicothe Sub.
A Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 9 highballs the L CHI102 under the old searchlights in Toluca.
A pair of former Santa Fe SD45-2's lead the L CHI101 Streator turn under the ATSF searchlights in Toluca. These units now wear the H3 scheme are classified as SD40-2R's.
The ATSF signals at Toluca are on borrowed time as there is material on the ground here to replace them. This view is looking west late in the day.
Three colorful Electro-Motive Division GP60 demonstrators fly eastbound on the Santa Fe main line approaching Toluca, Illinois, on April 19, 1986. The rounded contours of the cab and nose was not ... (more)
Train 4, the Southwest Chief makes good time on Santa Fe's mainline at Leeds, IL east of Toluca on a relatively balmy February day.
An eastbound intermodal passes underneath the ATSF-style searchlights in Toluca, IL. These searchlights, and many others on the Chillicothe Subdivision are in danger of being removed and replaced.... (more)
A BNSF SD70Ace leads V-BLUKCK West through Toluca on the BNSF Chillicothe Subdivision under an ATSF vintage cantilever.
This west bounder is passing under I-39 near Toluca on the BNSF Transcon.
Five locomotives pull a high priority train loaded with UPS containers west through harvested corn fields in northern Illinois.
An east bound train near Toluca on the BNSF transcon.