A southbound CSX freight splits the semaphores in downtown Crawfordsville. It takes a bit of luck to catch trains in daylight on this line.
2 old CSX geeps idle in the Decatur yard. The line is restricted to 4 axle power.
An eastbound manifest led by 3 ex-CNW SD40s coupled elephant style approaches Proviso Yard.
2 leasers and a very foreign Ferromex unit wait for the green to proceed across the IHB.
A UP manifest heads south on the B&OCT through Brighton Park to deliver the consist to CSX at Barr Yard.
A southbound NS intermodal transfer led by an old B32-8 rolls past the famous blades at Brighton Park on its way to Ashland Avenue Yard.
A southbound ICE freight rolls past CN's Dubuque local.
CN's Dubuque local waits for a southbound ICE manifest to pass before entering the yard.
A Z train cruises south along the Mississippi River.
An extra section of CBBI rolls past an old Rock Island signal bridge as it veers off the main to interchange with IHB.
Two geeps in H1 paint rub shoulders in Mendota.
The conductor and engineer talk over the next move as the local shuffles cars in Mendota.
This might be the only time you ever see a geep 40 pointing a GEVO. The crew tied the yard switcher on the front of the consist to do some switch moves and then take the train down to Springfield.
An old B30 prepares to lead the local south from Bloomington to Springfield.
I don't know how this managed to avoid the paint shop for 20 some years, but it's sure good to see it still in service!