Plenty of power available as many locomotives sit outside the shop
The sun may be shining for the last time on most of these locomotives as they sit in the deadline at Larry's.
The dispatcher has timed this one to perfection as an eastbound manifest pulls into the siding to let a westbound skirt by.
A westbound grain train meets the eastbound Canadian at the summit of Kicking Horse pass. Summit Lake is in the foreground.
A view from the Sear's tower, Roosevelt Rd. passes over the yard. Metra's BNSF coach yard is to the right.
8 locomotives, lots of cars ... right place, right time ...
I wonder if and when they'll paint the "Beasts" in KCS colors ...
LIRR M7, Flushing Line R62 and Amtrak AEM7 meet in Queens
PN locos all in the old Freight Australia colours
As always, lots of neat engines around Progress.
You won't find any new ACes on UP's line through Bloomington. It's all old school power in the yard today including a patched SP B30-7 and an ex-Guilford GP7.
NRHS night photo session at the old SP facility produced this group shot. Provia 100F. Lighting by Steve Barry of Railfan & Railroad.
Amtrak units bask in the sun at the 18th St. facility just south of downtown.