Squaw Creek gets the next train ready for Indiana Southern to pick up and head back north, NS 8105 waits on the north leg of the wye for its next assignment north to the coal mine.
36 years after first photographing DMIR at Proctor, the color scheme has changed, the power is different, but the heritage still comes through. By 2005 the remaining SD9/18s were pretty much rebui... (more)
The CN purchased the EJ&E in 2009 so catching a consist like this out on the former IC main in 2015 is becoming hard to come by. What makes this train cool though is that ... (more)
For me, this was one of the most rewarding days shooting I have ever had. I have waited since I got into photography in 2009 to shoot a true pair of Missabe engines together and once the 215 was p... (more)
2003 or 2015, can you tell? Looks like a rail train departing Proctor Yard to me...
To my knowledge the first time the last two maroon engines have been paired up since 2010, and the first time... (more)
A rare combination finds the last two DM&IR-painted/lettered units assigned together on the E-Lead Switch at Proctor on a rainy morning. This assignment is typically handled by SD38-2s 211, 212 an... (more)
Last of maroon and gold SD38s set to get underway with U-717 in tow.
LIRC power sits outside the shops in Jeffersonville.
Bessemer SD38-2 866 and EJ&E 670, a former Bessemer SD38-2 lock couplers once again as they switch the south end of Markham yard in Homewood. With IC SD70s going out to the Bessemer, several of th... (more)
A former Iowa Interstate now owned by the LIRC SD38-2
sits outside their shops waiting for its next assignment.
EJ&E 665 pauses with a cut of cars bound for Kirk Yard as the conductor unlocks a switch.
Flyover view of Proctor Yard.
SOO 4443 and DME 4005 bring a line of tankers through the Hastings rail yard.
EJ&E SD38-2 671 switches out a industry at Ivanhoe.
The local crew out of Ponitac has drawn the EJE 666 as they spot local industries at Nolan on the Mt. Clemens Subdivision.