The "J" rolls across the UP as the JB Tower operator looks on.
Thanks goes to John Ryan for assistance in setting up lighting.
Blocking the CSXT (B&O) Chicago main at Calumet Tower, IHB 3861 sits waiting for ...? The track through to Gibson Yard, a mile or two south, is wide open. The massive red buildings from ArcelorM... (more)
Done with their work at Smurfit Stone, the EJ&E 671 and 675 head for home.
A combination of SD38-2s and an SD40-2 push a long string of cars over the hump as they pass the LUGO line at Davidson Yard's west end.
Iowa 154 and 510 slowly exit the Metra Yard, their 115 car ANBIU, not clear of Bridge 407 yet.
Oh didn't you hear? Orange is the new maroon! After arguing and calling the DWP train crew names, as well as their own fellow Missabe limestone train, the MRF finally backs down onto its train at ... (more)
IAIS 154 and 510 lead eastbound ethanol tanks through New Lenox.
EJ&E 675 does some switching around the yard.
L516 prepares to head west, home to Joliet Yard. EJ&E 671 and 675 have the honors today, as they prepare to head back to the rest of their train, at Smurfit Stone.
Entering New Lenox, Iowa 154 and 510 are working really hard to get their eastbound ethanol train up to speed.
IAIS 154 is really struggling out of Joliet, as it leads 115 cars towards Blue Island.
M338 heads east out of Joliet. The three trailing CN units were having trouble as they arrived into town. EJ&E 673 and 672 were sent to the rescue and are providing the power.
The old Joliet Union Station stands tall, as eastbound ethanol tanks make their way east across the diamonds. It's quite nice to see the SD38-2 in the lead.
EJ&E SD38-2 656 works on the lead job at Homewood.