Three GEVO's are in charge of this lengthy Z train in Joliet.
#303 departs Joliet with the Phase II heritage unit leading past UD Tower.
An extra CBBI rolls out of Joliet, with a solo GEVO in charge.
Will County loads cruise through Joliet with quite the interesting UP AC on the point.
BNSF 4311 leads the charge with 22 Santa Fe GP30/35 in tow.
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UP 8712 stops as the conductor lines and locks the power switches back to the control desk.
It's a very refreshing sight, as "Whiteface" BN 3132 leads the way west out of Joliet.
A southbound, led by CN 8895, approaches the East Joliet Yard.
Will County coal loads arrive at Joliet. After some other traffic clears, the crew would make their move towards the Romeoville Lead, AKA "The Bug Line."
CN 8895 leads a widecab Dash 9 up the Joliet hill.
After pulling out for headroom, the engineer of L509 shoves back to yard his train.
A 2nd eastbound roars uphill out of Joliet, behind a pair of ES44AC's. Third out is an IHB "Genset", enroute from Silvis to Blue Island.
It's a beautiful morning as a pair of Elgin, Joliet & Eastern SD38-2's lead the southbound L509 off of Bridge 198, destined for the North Yard Lead of CN's East Joliet Yard.
4x New UP Gevo's are making there way to the service area after dropping there train at Global 4.
Lincoln Service (former Ann Rutledge) #303 barrels south out of Joliet, behind P42 184. 184 is specially painted in the Phase IV livery, as part of Amtrak's 40th Anniversary.