A westbound Roadrailer takes the signal on trackage that was originally owned by The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad.
As the sun sets this westbound doublestack races toward Chicago in some of the "sweetest" light around.
In "nice" evening light a westbound intermodal takes the signal as the sun sets on this early fall day.
941 (empty left) waits for a signal to crossover due to track work as an eastbound loaded coal drag blasts by and not a CSX unit to be found anywhere.
21G heads west with 2 of NS newest ES40DC's as power
15K splits the middle with 206 on the right headed east and an unknown unit coil steel train in the siding
83E heads down the siding to Berea to pick up a cab signal equipped unit for a leader east.
132 lead by a heavily repaired NS 3544
133 dashes in the snow by CP195
All the tracks are full on the first day of 2005 with 15K on track 1 in the middle, 16N on track 2 to the right and a Detroit Edison coal train tied down in the siding.