Union Pacific Mi-Jack No. 91003 loads a container into a well car at Joliet Intermodal Terminal (also known as Global IV) at Joliet, Illinois, on the night of November 9, 2010.
A rare CSX SD70ACe leads a LPC bound stack train west out of Joliet.
Metra 408 pushes towards the coach yard in Joliet, passing UD Tower.
The first outbound Heritage Corridor of the evening departs Joliet, passing Silver Cross Field.
GTW 4623 brings a cut of cars through the south yard.
Southbound Lincoln Service #303 heads south through Joliet, nearing its station stop at Union Station.
Built as the Central Vermont 4549 in March of 1957, the GTW 4623 is still getting the job done 57 years later!
IC 1036 zig zags its way back into the South Yard Lead of CN's East Joliet Yard.
A great lash-up heads east out of Joliet, crossing the old Rock Island diamond in the distance.
In run 8, a pair of BNSF Geeps blast out of Joliet, headed for industries a bit further west of here.
After a mainly cloudy day, the sun came out when it really counted! A veteran Grand Trunk GP9R and a CN C40-8M highball north through Joliet with the L509 River Line Job.
An early running Blue Island - Council Bluffs road freight rolls past UD Tower in Joliet. This train ran early to relieve congestion at Burr Oak Yard in Blue Island.
A trio of new SD70AH's await clearance into G4.