A number of units congregate at Amtrak's diesel shop south of Union Station with the skyline of Chicago foreground. On top of the usual Amtrak units, we see a BNSF Gp38-2. For more train photos, c... (more)
Extra 446 heads down the BRC at Central Ave headed for its final destination at Clearing Yard.
While flying over Chicago's southwest side inbound to Chicago Midway Airport we are greeted with a great view of the BNSF Corwith Yard Locomotive shop.
BNSF Corwith Yard from the air.
Ducking under the St. Charles Airline, 818's train is close to arriving at Chicago's Union Station.
A few new units in the group... Two new gensets still awaiting testing for service as well as the 605 in the back ground, returning from the AAR test center in Pueblo.
When Ralph Budd and Edward Budd teamed up to create a modern streamliner that would run faster and cheaper than anything on the CB&Q rails, they came up with this beautiful train set, which ran al... (more)
A Metra deadhead move switches to the lead for 14th Street Yard after having dropped its passengers at Union Station.
Good Morning Chicago! As the blue hour begins, an early Milwaukee District West line train coasts the last 1.5 miles into CUS.
The day's first eastbound Lincoln Service train nears the end of its run as it closes in on the platforms at Union Station in Chicago.
A Metra set heads towards 14th Street Yard after detraining its passengers at Union Station.
A pair of Matra People Mover cars makes a stop at the Hilton Hotel across from Terminal 2 at O'Hare Airport.
New York Central and Hudson River's pride, #999, built in 1893 and the first locomotive travel at 100 miles per hour, sits now in the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago.
BRC cow-calf set at BRC Clearing yard. Not sure is model is correct?
The Pioneer Zephyr sits entombed in the parking garage of the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago IL. It's a beautiful train in a beautiful museum.