One of the dash 3 rebuilds leads this outbound commuter into Frankin Park, as a MP36 shoves her train back to the city.
The evening Metra outbound rush is underway, the 102 leaves the Sear's tower distorted in her exhaust.
One of the many Bensenville based patrols returns from the city.
A "DM&E Rail System" duce waits for it's next assignment at Nahant.
A Michigan service train departs the terminal area.
An east bound train high lights the scene as the Santa Fe cantilever signal stands tall, with a little help from a guy wire.
Staged for the Monday run west, the ABA set of f-units sits under an especially bright moon.
IC&E 6405 is ex- UP 6760, an SD40-2 built in March of 1980.
An early morning at Galesburg finds a SD40-2 tugging on a cut of cars, under the horrible sodium vapor lighting.
This signal bridge just says, "Santa Fe" all the way. Exposure time: just shy of 4 minutes.
A recently painted CSX unit catches the sweet evening light as it leads westbound on the BNSF Mendota subdivision.
One of the endagered signal bridges stands tall as a westbound train climbs into Arlington.
An eastbound "Iowa" waits for a block from UD tower to run on Metra's Rock Island district.
An abbreviated Builder rolls through the crossovers at Wadsworth.
Racing into the sun, under the soon to be removed CB&Q signal bridge.