A colorful consist rolls east through Pine Junction with ethanol loads.
A old U.S Steel switcher sits in Pine Yard.
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit leads 20N east through Pine Junction.
GTW GP9R 4632, still wearing original blue and red paint, leads a local from the South Shore west down the city track.
EJ&E SD38-2 659 leads a eastbound local down one of the new inbound tracks at Pine Junction.
A trio of CP SD40-2s lead CP 242 east through Pine Junction.
For "Work Train Service Only" on the former New York Central Chicago Line in 1978.
The cars to the right are in one of the station pocket tracks. The depot is behind me.
2007 West heads into Gary crossing over the CSX Barr Sub. At Miller (just around the next corner) the short train will shove the CSX connection and head west to East Chicago.
BNSF SD70ACe 8534 leads a manifest west through Pine Junction.
IHB Genset 2162 leads the 115 job back home through Pine Junction.
The South Shore heads west through Pine Junction with a pair of their orange GP38-2s.
"In the Hole" (in siding) for a passenger train. The South Shore called them The 800s, not Little Joes. What the South Shore and the Milwaukee Road did not take of these GE beauties went ... (more)
The conductor gives a friendly wave from the cupola of the ex PRR cabin car, as his train speeds east past Nero tower on the Chicago Line.