The second eastbound coal train in a row passes one of the most interesting signal configurations as the Mendota sub converts signals in preparation for PTC. See Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD70ACeLocation: Sandwich, Illinois, USALocomotive #: BNSF 9321Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: September 10, 2010
A closer view of photo 310958 as it rolls to a stop and passengers wait to board.
Long live the Santa Fe! An eastbound merchandise freight with a Santa Fe lettered warbonnet beats the sunset in Naperville. The WBCS West Naperville signals can be seen in the distance. Al... (more)
At a location highlighted on the TV series, "The Chicago Code," a St Louis bound train leaves Chicago in its dust. The skyline consists of the Sears(Willis) Tower, NBC tower, Chase building, Trum... (more)
EB coal train passes the fields of rural northern Illinois on a heavy grade. Who says northern Illinois is ALL flat? cab windows on the DPU unit is visible at the end of the train.
The snow is blowing off the train AND locomotives of a domestic stack train headed west from Global 1.
Can you see me now? A WB empty coal train reflects in a puddle left by the recent rains. There has been no more than three rain free days in a row since April!
EB stack train just as the sun sets. Soon, the sun will be setting on the CBQ signals. The second unit was TFM 4670. See ... (more)
An afternoon outbound train comes to it's stop at Western Springs.
an Amtrak trainman waits in the shade as a WB stack train in the distance is about to pass his train.
With smoke rolling in from a northern Minnesota fire, Chicago has been cast in an unusual haze. An outbound rolls past Western Ave yard having left Chicago just a couple of blocks from the iconic... (more)
Engineer on a local working with what was once mainline power looking worse for the wear!