CP train B-73 will pick-up and take to NRE Silvis.
EJ&E SD38-2 657 rests in unfamiliar territory at Nahant Yard in Davenport, IA.
The "other" 844 leads a KCS to UP transfer on a warm Summer evening in Kansas City.
The last two surviving humper sets work the west end recieving yard on a slow Saturday afternoon. All hump operations at Selkirk are reported to cease by mid-June due to cost cutting measures by... (more)
Built in 1972 for the Yankeetown Dock Railroad, this unit was once dressed up in Bi-Centennial colors as #1776. Today, the unit still earns its keep for the Respondek Railroad Corporation at Yanke... (more)
IAIS detour on BNSF.
EJ&E 663 brings a coal train out of the fog in Hammond, IN in March of 1985. Railfanning is hard when you can't see the train until it's 100 yards away!
EJ&E SD38-2 663 leads the oil local north after finishing up with its switching at Seneca/Oxbow.
On the second day of 1986, a pair of EJ&E SD38-2s pass through the cold, snowy town of Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
EJ&E SD38-2 659 leads the former KSW1 local east through Chicago Heights.
Iowa SD38-2 150 and Rock Island heritage unit 513 hold in Rockdale, awaiting their window through UD Tower in Joliet.
Rolling east under the Rock Island searchlights, Iowa 153 and 508 are on the last leg of their journey to Burr Oak Yard.
SIBI makes its way east through Mokena, approaching 191st Street and passing the connection to Schilling's Lumber, which is serviced by the Chicago Rail Link.
EJ&E 667 and GTW 4610 lead the oil local through Lemont, passing the mural located in downtown.