A 288 train from the Twin Cities passes Tower B17 in Bensenville, bound for BRC's Clearing Yard in Chicago. The Virginian heritage unit is looking good in the morning sunlight.
Poking out of the former-Milwaukee Road enginehouse in Bensenville, Illinois, is Canadian Pacific 4620 - a former-Milwaukee Road locomotive! CP GP40 4620 was built by EMD in January 1967 as MILW ... (more)
Mystery engine is used in Soo Line Bensenville yard. This is an ex UP engine. Reporting marks for Precision National is PNCX but this one is labeled PNC.
Bell ringers I’m sure they were great locomotives, but the thing I remember when I see this shot, is the amazing sounds emulating from these Montreal-built hoods. Burbling, hissing, and... (more)
Chicago Gravel Co. #18 seen on static display in Bensenville along Main St & Church.
A classic DM&E SD40-2 is on final to Bensenville Yard with #272.
SOO SD60M 6062 leads the eastbound Sprint train into Bensenville yard. Now, just a year later, both the Sprint trains and the SOO SD60/SD60Ms are gone.
Getting serviced prior to their next assignment.
One of the remaining STL&H SD40-2's leads a pair of IC&E SD40-2's with train 272 at Bensenville Illinois making an arrival into Bensenville yard
SOO GP40 4601, one of two original SOO GP40s on the roster, teams up with DM&E 3833 on G35 departing Bensenville yard.
A lengthy 272 is on final to Bensenville Yard, preparing to complete its trip from the Quad Cities.
An oddball consist, consisting of two ECO units, a CP SD40-2 and a SOO GP38-2, lead 282 into Bensenville yard.
282 arrives at Bensenville on a sunny afternoon, with quite the lash-up. We have a pair of brand new ECO units, a CP Pacman SD40-2 and a SOO GP38-2.