CN Kirk Yard, EJE 672.
EJ&E 672 waits on its next move with a cut of cars from the Chicago South Shore interchange in Gary, IN.
As EJ&E 670 is in charge of the Homewood Railroad Days' line of equipment, 672 comes out of the yard, smoking it up.
EJ&E 672 is nearing the end of its switching duties at Smurfit Stone, as it prepares to head home to the yard.
Having been assigned to Markham Yard, in Homewood, for the past few months, 672 is back home in Joliet, switching out the east end.
A pair of fallen flag Jay units works a cut of autoracks under a threatening sky.
On a cold night at Waterloo, the roundhouse is moving power around to get a consist together for a late M338. This power just came in off a extra from the west that plowed quite a bit of snow due ... (more)
EJ&E SD38-2 672 pulls out of Homewood Yard for headroom.
EJE 672 sporting black trucks.
EJ&E SD38-2 672 backs over 183rd Street in Homewood, which still has a classic IC logo on the bridge.
Two J SD38-2's works the south end of Markham Yard on National Train Day 2009.