Belt RR Alcos work Clearing Yard.
There's only one thing that would make these Centuries look better - a dark cloud of Alco smoke.
Two of the Belt's Centuries bring an eastbound freight across the Grand Trunk at Hayford.
This engine now wears the traditional BRC paint scheme, but it is still an OLS unit.
Always a busy location, two of Clearing's yard jobs are working hard to keep the freight moving through this huge terminal.
BRC SW1500 530, BRC SD40-2 560, and HLCX SD45 6517 await their next assignments at Clearing Yard.
A clear sunrise over Lake Michigan finds BRC 581 and a former Conrail unit awaiting a switching crew.
BRC SD40-2 560 switches a string of cars at the huge Clearing Yard.
A lone Belt Railway of Chicago geep idles at the KCBX coal terminal on the far southeast side of Chicago.
BRC GP38-2 #586 pulls a long string of cars as it switches the huge Clearing Yard. Notice the BRC SW1500 above the cars of the train in the background.
BRC 581 working in Clearing yard on a cold February day
BRC 531 setting in Clearing yard along with a couple of CSX units