a pair of cosecutively numbered EL SD45's with train wait at busy Pullman Jct for it's turn to cross the numerous diamonds and railroad that pass through
power at EL's Chicago area facility
While it looks like a Pennsy E-8, on Oct. 7, 1968 the 4274, looking the worse for wear, was actually Penn Central leading 4-car Train 14 from always-busy Chicago Union Station en route to Detroit... (more)
The CRSA (Chicago Railroad Superintendant's Association) special leaves the windy city behind, as Metra #2224's headlights reflect in the fresh chocolate paint on one of Iowa Pacific's dome cars. ... (more)
A 2200 series set gets a lift for inspections.
eastbound C&O train passing through Pullman Jct on the south side of Chicago
Three Amtrak P42s lay over at Amtrak's shops in Chicago.
eastbound and westbound EL trains meet at Pullman Junction on the south side of Chicago
Amtrak P42 200 pushes what was the eastbound California Zephyr towards the wash rack.
After dropping its passengers at Union Station, the eastbound Southwest Chief comes around the wye at Canal Street and prepares to back into the wash rack.
Various Amtrak power sits under the skyline in Chicago.
A pair of Phase IV Dash 8s sit in the yard among the normal P42s in Chicago.
NS and Amtrak power moves race to 18th Street in Chicago.
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit serves as a DPU of a 65R train, seen with the skyline at 18th Street.