A nice view of the industrial area in northwest Indiana shows EJ&E 663 rolling eastbound on the Lakefront Line going back to Kirk Yard with a couple of cars in tow.
Happy Halloween! For those superstitious, this is not the unit for you. Garlic Rosaries may help? Casting it's sinister profile, it's very J red light flashes, warning of its dark presence..
EJ&E 673 is rolling right along, headed south to Morris.
The dynamic duo continues, as 673 and 6202 make another trip down the River Line.
Heavy Metal- Their isn't a more fitting locomotive than a J 38 in this environment.. It certainly looks at home in this type of environment- deep within the confines, of Neenah Foundry, as it woul... (more)
Happy Halloween! Nothing says it more than an Elgin, Joliet & Eastern SD38-2 and an Illinois Central SD40-3! EJ&E 673 and IC 6202 lead the daily, Illinois River Line job to Morris, on the approach... (more)
As EJ&E 670 is in charge of the Homewood Railroad Days' line of equipment, 672 comes out of the yard, smoking it up.
A daylight BICB train heads west into Ottawa, crossing the river.
EJ&E 672 is nearing the end of its switching duties at Smurfit Stone, as it prepares to head home to the yard.
Last original Missabe unit remaining on the former DM&IR property nowadays, albeit in drag.
The daily River Line local approaches Theodore Street, headed south.
Morning Duck Under- The suns just coming up on this CN local, but in essence it's acting like its setting.. In seconds the sun will be gone above a thick blanket of clouds, not to be seen until an... (more)
I feel so lucky to be able to watch pairs of SD38-2's, the last true Missabe units, still working together in 2011, albeit in different paint.
EJ&E 673 leads IC 6202 through Channahon, nearing the end of their Illinois River Line trip to Morris.
EJ&E 673 and IC 6202 enter Grundy County, as they lead the River Line job towards Morris.