CSS 2009 is still in the yard at midday on Friday, with a short ballast train and what appears to be an old AT&SF caboose. Next track over is NICTD 1000, another (I think) GP38-2 used as a mainten... (more)
CSS 2004/2006 back around the NIPSCO property to service local industries. Two UP locos sit quietly awaiting an empty coal train to drag back to Wyoming.
Here is a scene similar to another photo I have on this site, only this time, it is a woman walking in front of a South Shore train with interurban car 22 tagging along on the rear. Luckily the tr... (more)
A busy day in Michigan City! Two locals wait on the late-morning eastbound commuter to arrive at Carroll Ave. before starting work. See EXIF data for shot details.
Former South Shore Railway Little Joe Bathes in the morning sun along with the dandelion's growing on the LSRHS's lawn.
A quartet of the ever elusive South Shore GP's head back East toward Michigan City.
South Shore GP38-2s 2007, 2008, and 2009 wait for their next assignments at Michigan City.
A westbound South Shore train led by interurban car 28 descends the hill as it heads down the middle of 11th Street in Michigan City.
This eastbound South Shore train with 32 tagging along isn't quite doing the 30 MPH speed limit down 11th Street as it heads east. Wait a second, thats the speed limit for auto traffic! :)
Heading for Chicago, South of Pines, Indiana
CSS&SB eastbound train 117 departs the East Chicago station enroute for Michigan City, IN as the sun reappears from under the clouds.
CSS&SB westbound train 20 starts into 11th street in Michigan City, IN. The train is enroute to downtown Chicago.
CSS&SB westbound train 118 makes a momentary station stop in the middle of 11th street in Michigan City, IN.
CSS&SB westbound train 118 prepares to make a station stop in the middle of 11th street in Michigan City, IN.
South Shore 802, Little Joe, on display only 10 miles from his birthplace at the Lake Shore Railway Historical Museum, in Northeast, PA. For more info on Little Joe, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/... (more)