The solitary GM&O commuter train from Chicago has made its last stop at Joliet and pulls away from the station.
GM&O's ABRAHAM LINCOLN is stopping at Joliet inbound to Chicago. This streamlined equipment dates to 1935.
GM&O's LIMITED rolls into Joliet behind E7A, F3B, E7A next to Santa Fe's GRAND CANYON. Both trains were scheduled for a 12:55 CDT departure.
GM&O RS-1 #1123 at the shop in Jackson, TN - May 1976.
GM&O E7 units 102A and 102 are backing into Union Station with train 3, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, for its 5:50 p.m. CDT departure. The Missouri Pacific sleeper was a through car to Hot Springs, AR.
An A-B-A set of F3's leads a southbound mixed freight past the Dwight station. The engineer is poised to snag his orders from the iron man, which is just to the right of the camera. James Lennon... (more)
Late in its service life, GM&O F3(A) 883A was given new block initials using the "ICG" font style. It was one of two boiler-equipped F3's assigned to the Chicago-Joliet commuter trains.
During one of the worst central Illinois winters in memory, a northbound "slingshot" piggyback train, powered by ICG GP35 2501, became mired in snowdrifts south of Springfield. GM&O F3s 800B and ... (more)
ICG #33 has just finished working Ridgely Yard in Springfield and now continues southbound behind four former GM&O F3As. 810B, 811A, ICG 1615 and 806B are still several years away from being rein... (more)
Three red and white GM&O GP38-2s, lead by 705, roll a southbound freight through Gibson City and a meet with the northbound American Freedom Train.
GM&O 291 at locomotive service facility at Union Station
GM&O DL-109's 272 and 270 at the engine service facility at Union station