The SW14's are becoming fewer and fewer in numbers and Homewood is just one of a couple of places left on the old IC to see these unique units in action. Several of these units that have been work... (more)
A CN slug set works hard pulling a string of cars out of the yard to make head room as the trees start to change colors in the distance.
A couple of CN SD40-2W's switch the south end of Markham Yard. If you look closely, the cab area is in the new CN paint while the back half is still in the old zebra paint.
A couple of GP9's rolls back into the yard to retrieve another cut of cars.
This is a nice find, an IC SW14 working the Markham Yard job with a GP9Rm slug set.
A southbound CN train is making a pickup at Markham Yard before continuing the trip south.
A trio of vintage SW14's smokes hard as they work the south end of Markham Yard on a nice fall day. It's only a matter of time till these end up in the deadlines at Woodcrest.
IC 101 sits on one of the many tracks in the Wood Crest shops as CN 2600 is in for a total rebuild after its turbo blew up.
The brakeman of one of the CN yard jobs monitors the progress of his train, as it's shoved back into the yard.
A new idea from the CN at Homewood - a SW14, slug and GP9 consist for switching Markham yard.
IC 1028 AND 1501 meet at the south end of Markham yard. IC locomotives still in black are getting rarer by the day.
A rebuilt IC GP38-2 and GTW unit shoves back into the yard after arriving in from the north while IC GP40R's rolls out of the yard switching cars.
A freshly repainted GP40-2W has just rolled out of the paint booth and is now heading south on a local.
A trio of SW14s switch at Markham yard.
The Homewood Railroad Park equipment has just been repainted and is waiting here in the old IC yard till it is moved to its new home by the Metra station.