A pair of BRC SD40-3's lead the South Chicago Job out of Clearing Yard about to cross Southwest Highway.
A nice roster of a clean Horizon Coach in the yard.
The Amtrak Blue Water heads out of town on a brilliant evening.
A different 611 in a view that is now gone thanks to buildings put atop of the railroad.
Smoke show. You'd think that was a GE.
A long distance train and an assortment of other equipment is in the yard.
Some power is shifted around the yard and makes its way back to the facility after heading back through the crossing.
This is a Phase I body F40 to NPCU conversion and was the last to wear Phase IV paint. It has since been rebuilt and put into the Phase V scheme.
The first NPCU ever constructed by Amtrak is also the only Phase 3 body F40 converted, and it's still wearing Phase III stripes (although the blue is Phase IV Deep Blue).
Re-engined RS-1 sits on the turntable at Glenn Yard.
The engineer puts the hammer down as BRC 312 and 310 approach Southwest Highway.
NS GP33ECO 4710 approaches 111th Street with a local.