Over ten years after America's 200th birthday, Milwaukee Road's contribution to the bicentennial is still showing its colors, albeit it very faded. Paul Meyer photo.
SOO Line 4411 is in charge of switching out the CP's Bensenville Car Repair Shops on this cold September morning.
A relic from the Milwaukee Road.
Four SD40-2's lead a 642 ethanol train through Bensenville, on final to CP Tower B17.
The eastbound road from from Davenport rolls out its final miles in Bensenville as its seen crossing Church Road.
276 strolls through B17, nearing the end of its trip at Bensenville Yard.
272 slowly approaches Tower B17 in Bensenville behind a repainted SOO SD60 and a pair of blue and gold, DM&E SD40-2's.
A pair of faded and beaten SD40-2's arrive at Bensenville with the 182.
CP 272 has received signal indication from Tower B17, as its three Iowa, Chicago & Eastern SD40-2's make their way towards the Bensenville Yard.
DM&E Mount Rushmore 6359, IC&E 6412 and CP 5946 arrive at Bensenville with train 276, mixed freight from Huron, SD.
The caboose of a northbound C&NW freight gets a flyover from a United Airlines 747 landing at O’Hare International Airport at Bryn Mawr, Illinois, in August 1984.
A cool lash-up leads 277 out of Bensenville, preparing to enter C&M Sub trackage.
In the golden hour, a pair of UP EMD's sit tight, waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
Built as MILW 168 in 1967, just looking at the paint, that is heritage. Even some of her original 168 is showing through on the dynamic brake blister.
611 leads and outbound rush train into Bensenville. The F40C's were rumored to be stored a few days later.