EJ&E 664 leads the L50791 west on the GTW after making a reverse move around the new connection just east of here..
A pair of EJE SD38-2s rolls through the snow just north of Markham Yard on a cold winter day.
One of the roads that eluded me in over 35 years of rail photography was the EJ&E. I never was much for city railroading so didn't make many trips into the area where EJ&E operated. Well it finall... (more)
the excellent junction of EJ&E, EL, GTW, C&O and PC at Griffith, IN was a great place to visit in '72 as a westbound EJ&E train curves into town from the north headed toward Joliet, IL
Griffith IN was a great place to watch trains in 1972, it had a crossing tender, twelve diamonds four of which were right in middle of a grade crossing. It was very busy and offered excellent vari... (more)
The devil visits Homewood Illinois on a hot summer day.
EJ&E 669 and EJ&E 671 lead a late, AXS1 through CTC Turner, in Crest Hill. CN who?
On a sub zero, wind chill afternoon, EJ&E 661 and 658 lead a very late JSW1 to Minooka.
A nice EJE SD38-2 pulls down out of Markham with a long cut of autoracks past the platform in Homewood.
The latest railroad for the CN to ruin makes an appearance in East Dubuque on the CN local. EJ&E 664 and 667 return from the ammonia plant in East Dubuque with 9 cars.
It's the first day of CN ownership and things haven't changed a bit.
Chicago Classics A EJE SD38-2 shoves past a IC SD70 at the south end of Markham Yard.
A pair of EJ&E SD38-2's wait for the signal at Lemont. Minutes after this photo was taken, the horn on 670 was replaced, due to its old horn not functioning properly.
EJ&E 659 has the job duty of putting together trains today at the south end of Markham Yard