Resting overnight in Milwaukee, the Hudson steams into Chicagoland tomorrow.
She's a beautiful machine.
Two C&NW cabs reside here, rare because neither are vandalized.
Metra pushes into CUS as Amtrak is pulling out, passing construction work under the old "airline".
The 703 safely exits Peter Baker's facility. With all the wheel loaders and trucks, the EJ&E geep gets little respect.
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.
The signal tower was to be removed in three sections, here the first section is being cut away.
Staged for the Monday run west, the ABA set of f-units sits under an especially bright moon.
Under a watchful eye, the 2816 shoves her train into the yard.
This morning's line up in yard 5. The BN 1 is an F9, the BN 3 is and E9, the MILW 118-C is an F7, and last in line is the MILW 37-A, another E9.
The 261 simmers in Chicago overnight. The filming of a movie brought her into town at the time. 1.6 seconds exposure.
OK... NOW THIS IS MUCH MORE ATRACTIVE THAN THE LAST WEEKS MP15AC... TOO bad the hood doors have been changed "WAWAUKEE ROAD"
Two of the prettiest noses... A quick night shot from the photo shoot that wasn't, storms rolled through and cancelled the evening.
Returning light after delivering two cars to Peerless.