Global IV yard job pokes it head out the north end of the yard at dusk.
A UP vehicle train exercises its trackage rights on the BNSF, as its three units head west through Joliet.
With a clean ES44C4 on the point, this westbound Z train picks up speed out of Joliet.
With a signal at the Rock, these two GTW (KCS paint) SD40-3's thunder out of town with a Herzog ballast train.
A stack train rolls out of Joliet in nice sunlight.
A freshly painted AC6000CW leads Q556 (formerly J746) east out of Joliet.
As the conductor throws the switch, the engineer prepares to shove back into the yard. The Wabash heritage unit and BNSF ACe will ultimately wind up leading L528 out the north end to Eola.
BNSF 7849 hammers the throttle after clearing Joliet UD and quickly gets this stack train up to speed.
The brakeman lines the switch behind the CN 4705 before it shoves back into the South Yard.
Repainted IC GP38-2 9618 leads the IRL local through the far west side of Joliet.
The Wabash pulls foward for head room before heading north with a local train for Eola. You can see several CN and BNSF units in this shot.
Four brand new aces just got a signal to depart G4 and head for the BNSF and points west.
A pair of FURX units work the south end of G4 switching cars into the ramp for unloading.
Running ten minutes behind the JOL201 was the 202 with a pair of BNSF Geeps.
A pair of BNSF Geeps make quite the racket, leading Y JOL201 out of Joliet.