A nice surprise, on this sunny morning!
An Amtrak Dash 8, looking great in its classic, Phase IV paint scheme, leads a bad ordered car through Joliet Union Station, headed north to Chicago.
EJ&E 703, the last EMD GP38-2 on the roster, brings a train into the yard, that originated on the Romeoville Branch, AKA "The Bug Line." Bridge 198 is in the background.
EJ&E 672 is nearing the end of its switching duties at Smurfit Stone, as it prepares to head home to the yard.
Nice power on the Smurfit Stone job!
The daily River Line local approaches Theodore Street, headed south.
The dynamic duo. EJ&E 673 and IC 6202 make for the perfect lash-up, as they roll south down the River Line at 25 MPH.
Amtrak 18 barrels south, with two private cars at the rear of the outbound Texas Eagle.
Heading back to Bloomington, the UP's North Local heads south out of Joliet, with a sharp looking leaser in charge.
BCOL 4622 has honors on JSW1 today.
A westbound manifest is headed out of Joliet, led by a Warbonnet that has some fire wounds.
Iowa 157 east has just crossed the Des Plaines River and is on the approach to the diamond and UD Tower.
A pair of SD40-2's (FURX and NREX), make for a colorful combination as they go about their switching at Global 4.