South Shore freight heading west to Burns Harbor.
Two light engines make their way down 11th street in Michigan City on the Southshore on a dreary morning in northern Indiana.
A pair of South Shore Geeps, still wearing their as-delivered blue and yellow paint, bring a string of loaded steel coils through Hammond. Tom Golden photo.
South Shore train makes its stop on 11th Street in Michigan City.
South Shore light engine returns from Burns Harbor.
Toward the last several years of their service with the South Shore, a set of Pullman-built electrics make a stop at the Hammond Station prior to heading east toward South Bend. Tom Golden photo.
On a long abandoned industrial siding of the Walking Horse & Eastern sits this former Sante Fe Caboose. I know it's been here since at least 2006, and may have been here much longer. This was on... (more)
South Shore Freight power is heading west from Michigan City shops toward mills a little before sunrise.
The new station as of the date of the picture. The old station was in downtown South Bend. This station, located by the airport, eliminated much slow street running.
Known as the "world's largest switcher," one of the South Shore's three 2-D-D-2s is seen switching cars at Burnham Yard after a Chicago snowfall. Tom Golden photo.
NICTD South Shore commuter train rounds curve on 11th Street nearing 11th Street Station
A pair of 1920s Pullman-built South Shore cars is seen headed eastbound toward the IN/IL state line and the Hammond station. Tom Golden photo.