Lots of different equipment can be seen in this winter wonderland, including Phase I Heritage unit #156 with its bright red nose.
Note the 790 and 791, looking like the end may be near with new genset switchers taking over.
JLCX now HZRX 8542, 8534 and 8555 have been parted out and handed over to the scraper and will soon meet their demise. A fourth 90 was cut cut a few weeks later.
A trio of CP GP9's await the cutters torch and will soon be sliced, diced and loaded into the gons behind the engines.
NS GP38-2 5082 sits at 18th St with the local that switches Continental paper.
After Sunset at Union station, with an Amtrak train departing
Chicago Union Station from up high.
Burlington F7(A) #167-A with a passenger-style pilot and coupler cover, plus F7(B) #167-B both built in May 1950. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer Max Zimmerlein.
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Union station after sunset with a french Turboliner. Note the P30CH switching back to the Amtrak yards.
An ABB set of E units move past Canal st. in Downtown Chicago. Photo taken by James D. Hediger.
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railway FP7 #1607 with F3B #1505 and F3A #1203 leads passenger train The Georgian on April 30, 1951. Photo taken from my slide collection. photographer unknown.