The Illinois Railway Museum's Sunday edition of the Nebraska Zephyr to Quincy departs Union Station.
Burlington Northern E9s line up with commuter trains at Chicago Union Station in October 1983, waiting patiently for the workers of the Windy City to board for a trip home to the western suburbs.
The Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit and a "Burlington" Q car bring back a blast from the past at Chicago's Union Station.
Three P42's wait to back their trains to the coach yard after their morning arrivals on the south side of Chicago Union Station (CUS) on National Train Day.
An Amtrak train backs into Chicago Union Station, as seen from Roosevelt Road.
Seconds into its trip to Los Angeles, the Southwest Chief departs Chicago Union Station.
On a beautiful afternoon in Chicago, the AZER 6070 pulls out of Chicago Union Station, preparing to wye its passenger train.
The Arizona Eastern 6070 smokes it up, as it departs Chicago Union Station, bound for Indianapolis. It really takes you back to the glory days, when the old BN E's were chugging out of Union Stati... (more)
A passenger looks over the arrival/departure board inside the iconic Chicago Union Station in downtown Chicago to see if his train is on time. Serving over 3 million passengers a year, this build... (more)
On a clear spring day, iconic Chicago Union Station looms over Jackson Boulevard and Canal Street. Construction began on the current station in 1913 and it officially opened twelve years later on,... (more)
An inbound Metra train is on final to Chicago Union Station, preparing to head on in.
A bird's eye view of the Amtrak Chicago Yard (left) and Metra Coachyard (right). The 1/8/12 edition of the California Zephyr backs into Union Station prior to its departure, while the S... (more)
I think I got a little lucky with getting all of these together. METX 427, METX 426, METX 423, and METX 419 pose together for my picture.
Chicago Union Station: Truly the heart of the Amtrak System. Trains depart here for just about every corner of the country: Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, San Antonio, Los... (more)