EJ&E SD38-2 675 leads the Lakefront local east through Whiting, approaching Front Street.
RIP EJ&E. EJ&E 675 heads back east after switching an industry near the state line. Just to the left is the NS mainline.
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EJ&E SD38-2 671 teams up with the 703 at the south yard in Joliet. It's been a while since there's been a pair of J units in Joliet, so this was a nice sight!
DM&IR 215 has been reactivated from short term storage and is seen working the E-Lead Switch while B&LE 906 prepares to pick up a load of limestone for Minorca.
With track #26 clear in Trapp Yard, this gave me a rare opportunity to get the better side of SRY’s deadline. SRY 383 leads the deadline, followed by SRY 1205 (GMD1m), SRY 908 (SW900RS), RPRX 2001... (more)
EJ&E 674 waiting it out at the laundry building in East Hazle Crest.
A pair of former DM&IR SD38-2s switch Proctor Yard as the sun retreats at the end of a warm summer day.
EJ&E SD38-2's 673 and 672 have a heavy train in tow, as they take headroom at Kirk.
EJ&E 673 and 672 pull their lengthy cut of cars out of Kirk Yard, as IC 1018 and CN 2438 wait for permission back in to retrieve their train.
A once orange EJ&E 658 comes out of the south end of the Joliet yard sporting a new coat of CN red & black colors. It's reporting marks "E.J.&.E" are stenciled on the side.
It's blue hour in Waukesha and the sun will be up in about an hour and a half. EJE 663 has just pulled down to the Waukesha Depot to grab paperwork and coffee and will soon head back north to work... (more)
Power off an inbound grain train is about to back through the TZPR yards to get put on an outbound Cedar Rapids coal train. Of local note, IAIS power is rarely seen at this point on the TZPR.
A pair of EJ&E SD38-2's, 675 and 657, pull out of Kirk Yard for headroom. Always nice to catch a pair of J's!
Before heading into Gibson, the Harbor's only SD38-2 and an SD20 switch out the little yard just west of Hohman Avenue.
A single SD38-2 has this empty grain train moving at track speed on the former Rock Island line out of Peoria, Illinois.