An Amtrak P30CH leads a four-car train heading east on the Illinois Central Gulf at 16th Street Interlocking. This junction is where the north-south Rock Island line met the east-west Illinois Ce... (more)
The setting sun illuminates a work train engine.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Back to back diesels are used to move trains during service disruptions when electric operation is suspended.
Two NEC GP38s; one inside and the other outside.
723 is one of just a handful of classic geeps customized for NEC MOW service with a notched fuel tank and low profile roof that includes recessed cooling fans.
It's rather rare to see an old GM builders plate in such good condition still in service these days.
The Panama Limited backing out.
Amtrak 723 on the head end of the Amtrak Tie Laying Train