Amtrak MP14B 592 sits in Chicago
Sweet Home Chicago. A bunch of Amtrak units (and a BNSF straggler) that pretty much call Chitown home congregate at 18th Street.
After yesterday's trip, Iowa Pacific took their train from LaSalle St. Station back to Union Station.
Canon 17-40mm L
Canon EOS 60D
The Iowa Pacific special is looking good as it rolls out of the city, passing 16th Street Tower.
Variety at Corwith
Introduced in 1976, a four car train of 2400 series Boeing-Vertol rail cars is seen in their original bicentennial paint at the abandon Madison / Wabash station. This station was closed earlier in... (more)
Introduced in 1976, a four car train of 2400 series Boeing-Vertol rail cars is seen in their original bicentennial paint at the new Cermak-McCormick Green Line station. The cars were retired in 20... (more)
Introduced in 1976, a four car train of 2400 series Boeing-Vertol rail cars is seen in their original bicentennial paint on the Ravenswood Line. The cars were retired in 2014, but eight cars were ... (more)
The famous Chicago skyline observes as an inbound scoot for LaSalle Street Station shoves past 16th Street Tower.
Amtrak 184, the Phase IV heritage unit, leads the consist from the eastbound Southwest Chief around the canal street wye.
Amtrak 822, one of the Phase III heritage units, leads the Texas Eagle's consist around the wye at Canal Street preparing for its next trip.
Two Chicago L trains pass in the day on the curve north of Randolph and Wabash on the Loop.
A Chicago Midway L train pulls into LaSalle/Van Buren. Even in city canyons, you can find some light.
Chicago Terminal Railroad, in accessing its Kingsbury Branch, cuts straight through the middle of a busy scrap iron operation (if you can ever come watch this, by the way, it's EXTREMELY fun). To... (more)