The CNW heritage unit leads 14A east through the CP 502 Interlocking.
Empty bottles wait for the signal at Hohman Avenue as a pair of IHB SW1500's lead a train of empty coal hoppers through town.
The "bottle train" heads east down the IHB in Hammond with a classic high hood GP38-2 in charge.
A brand new SD70ACe leads oil cans through Calumet Park, headed east on the old B&O.
A Blue Island - Michigan Avenue transfer proceeds through the plant at Calumet Park with a pair of classic Harbor EMD's.
The IHB GP38-2's lead the eastbound transfer around the curve at Cal Park.
A couple old school Harbor units lead an early morning transfer from Blue Island Yard to Michigan Avenue Yard through Dolton Junction.
IHB's GP38-2's head east under the NYC signals in Calumet City with a transfer to Michigan Avenue Yard. Nothing like a pair of old school Harbor units to start off the morning!
A BNSF SD70MAC and a CP AC44 head up an eastbound freight in Riverside.
A veteran BN GP50 switches out some tank cars at GM Yard.
2-470 approaches 65th Street in Bedford Park. At the crossing behind me, some idiot decided to play "chicken" with the train, forcing the engineer to hit the emergency brake.
A classic "whiteface" BN awaits the next assignment. *Note: This photo was taken on BNSF Railway property, with permission.
After a short wait, 2-470 splits the signals at the 55th Street Interlocking. Just ahead, the train will exit the Kenton Line and swing onto the 59th Street Branch.
A trio of blue and golds are looking good as they make way through the backyards of Midway International Airport.
It's a sunny morning in the windy city as a trio of Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern (formerly Iowa, Chicago & Eastern) SD40-2's make way to BRC's Clearing Yard.