EJ&E's peak season has hit, as can be seen by the leasors on hand this winter season. Today's KSW1 departs Kirk with a rarity in the lead: the only operating SDP45 left. Sure, rebuilt to SD40 stan... (more)
A super late KSW1 gets under way passing the J 42 mile marker with a pair of everyone's favorite orange EMD's in the lead. For whatever reason, 5 various UP GE widecabs trailed today's power, all ... (more)
A very late #5 heads out of Kirk and thumps across the combined NS/IHB diamonds at Ivanhoe with a 70+ car manifest for Joliet. 20 of the 70 or so cars will then be forwarded to the BNSF at Eola, p... (more)
A J yard job heads light back into Kirk with the two remaining ball logo-ed SD38-2's.
Approaching from the east, #7555 arrives with a short stack train on her ex-NYC/CR Chicago Line.
A J crew works hard to put its highrail truck on the NS/J interchange tracks in the frigid cold as a company SD38-2 leads a freight into Kirk Yard on the main.
An eastbound NICTD passenger train races down the siding between Miller and Ogden Dune stations. It will meet a westbound SouthShore Freight train visible in the distance.
EJ&E SW1001 444 leads a eastbound local through Pine Junction. 444's paint is looking a little rough, but at least it isn't yellow like 446!
EJ&E SD38-2s 658 and 671 wait for clearance into Kirk Yard.
The newest addition to the EJ&E roster, SW1500 460, leads a eastbound local through Pine. 460 retains its off centered headlight from its SSW days, and looks great in fresh green paint!
EJ&E 656 and straight SD38 654 double team the afternoon line train as it departs Kirk yard for Joliet.
Making a late-afternoon appearance at Pine Junction, #3801 hauls a short mixed freight west on the NS mainline.
Here is a scene similar to another photo I have on this site, only this time, it is a woman walking in front of a South Shore train with interurban car 22 tagging along on the rear. Luckily the tr... (more)
Perfect weather at dawn for a constant parade of trains at Pine Junction. CSXT 7928 races through the switchgrass.
Perfect weather at dawn for a constant parade of trains at Pine Junction.