Fronted by an ex-Santa Fe yellowbonnet SD40-2, a line of power waits to be broken up, including the NS 1073, Norfolk Southern's Penn Central heritage unit which came into the yard on the point of ... (more)
When one stops by the BNSF Galesburg Yard's "engine pit", it's always a treat, and today is no exception. Although for the most part there are BNSF and ex-BN locomotives seen, there are ... (more)
CSXT 407 is on the point of a set of road power being prepared for a eastbound freight.
A new CSX GE along with 2 brothers are on the point of a eastbound oil train waiting for a light to exit Galesburg Yard.
A former BN SD40-2 rests at its former owner's yard in Galesburg.
A bluebonnet SD40-2 leads a power set into the engine terminal in Galesburg.
How often do you get to see four green and black engines lashed up together? 3 SD60M's sandwich a GP38 at the Galesburg yard, awaiting their next assignment.
A pair of former UP tunnel motors sit in Galesburg Yard. Rumor has it these are bound for scrapping.
The usual variety of engines sit in the engine facility at Galesburg Yard. Also included is a recently repainted Alabama & Gulf Coast geep in G&W paint.
An empty coal train snakes out of downtown and into Galesburg Yard behind a CN SD75I. A couple of BNSF inspection cars are visible in the background, parked near the Amtrak station.