Plenty of power on hand.
Atlantic Coast Line painted Geep was ex-USA and ex-Alaska.
The 192 brought a little variety to the Hiawatha trains at the time.
Broadside shot of this spectacular locomotive.
One of the "Big" Metra units drags 4 cars out to Fox Lake.
"Cab shot" of the "cab unit".
The Division St. switcher curves back on to the street running enroute to Big Bay Lumber.
Taken at 11:17pm, nasty storms blew thru, Lightning crackles across the sky.
Either end of this train was nice to shoot... the steam train heads toward Grand Ave. for a meet with the Harbor Belt.
From this angle it looks like BN country, including the "Q" caboose on the left, HOWEVER, C&NW was the road of honor this weekend.
Two sets of Highliners pass north of the platform.
White flags flying as the special hits the "high iron".
The 703 safely exits Peter Baker's facility. With all the wheel loaders and trucks, the EJ&E geep gets little respect.
The Division Street switcher pulls out in to the intersection of Cortland and Kingsbury on the way to the lumber yard.