A glut of Alcos have invaded the Woodcrest deadlines. Seen here are two MLW motors from the Ottawa Central.
An EJ&E SD38-2 is teamed up with a GTW GP to switch at Homewood.
EJ&E SD38-2 673 and repainted GTW GP9R 4611 switch Homewood Yard.
It looks more like EJ&E has taken over CN than the other way around here. EJ&E SD38-2 671 sits in Homewood with the Markham local as 673 pulls up behind it while switching.
In the foreground, a CN/IC coal train awaits a crew change. Meanwhile, in the background, a set of three IC SW14's is busy drilling Markham Yard.
WC GP40 3006 leads the deadline at Homewood. Unfortunatly the economy is hitting hard and causing a lot of the remaining WCs to be stored.
ICG's second BiCentennial painted unit leads an eclectic mix of power including three brand new GP28s for Sonora Baja California Railroad out of Markum yard in Homewood IL. The original unit was d... (more)
EJ&E SD38-2's 673 and 671 pull out of Markham Yard with a cut of cars.
EJ&E SD38-2 673 does some switching at Homewood.
GTW GP38-2 4927 and an IC GP40 make for a great set of yard power as they head back north to tie onto a cut of cars.
Ottawa Central RS18s 1865 and 1828 sit in the deadline at Homewood.
EJ&E at Homewood! EJ&E SD38-2s 673 and 671 switch Homewood Yard, their new home base of operations. Two more, 670 and 672 are now based in Waterloo, IA, but the rest are still at home on the EJ&E.
EJ&E SD38-2's 673 and 671 perform yard duty at Markham Yard. It was quite the different sight, seeing two J SD38-2's in Homewood.
A local heads south out of Homewood Yard with a pair of GP9s on the point.