A trio of GP38-2s head east down CP's River Subdivision. Lock and Dam 5 can be seen behind, on the Mississippi River.
Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range SD38-2 No. 204 heads a southbound taconite ore train at Iron Junction, Minnesota, on September 10, 1989.
EJ&E 674 is looking good in the early morning sunlight, as it departs Seneca/Oxbow.
On a sunny morning, EJ&E 674 leads a CN GP40-2LW out of Lemont.
Two of railroading's greats, the Elgin Joliet & Eastern and the Grand Trunk Western, roll north out of town.
Southern Pacific's SD38-2 locomotives were somewhat unique on the railroad when delivered in 1973, as they were ordered without the SP-standard signal lights on them - just the EMD-standard nose h... (more)
EJ&E 671 and 673 cruise south on a beautiful fall morning.
EJ&E 670 heads home to Joliet, having completed its work at Entec.
A sight that will never get old. The pair of J's make another run to Morris, to service Aux Sable and Equistar.
The River Line job rolls south, heading home to Joliet. It passes some track work, being performed in the siding.
Continuing their trip, EJ&E 671 and 673 have the L509 well in hand.
Heading south, the 671 and the 673 head back out to Morris.
After pulling out for headroom, the engineer of L509 shoves back to yard his train.
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.
The CN influence already in place, BLE hoppers, new whistle posts, a three man crew and those horns...