An Indiana Railroad SD9043MAC leads a southbound CP freight out of St. Paul. This was my first encounter with an INRD unit, both of us far from our normal operating territories.
Another strange appearance of a lone Indy MAC leading a CP manifest! CP 3-298 drifts downhill on the Brookfield hill with a short train.
A lone Indy MAC is large and in charge of 288 as it approaches Cooney Siding, just east of the rural community of Ixonia.
The classy looking INRD MACs haul a CP freight as Milwaukee looms in the background.
INRD SD9043MAC 9009 leads 281 east through Elmwood Park. It seems CP has kept a pair of INRDs captive on 281/284 for a while now!
INRD 9009 and INRD 9001 thunder east through suburban Elmwood Park.
As a smokin' IC&E SD40-2 shoves cars back to the intermodal ramp of Bensenville Yard, 281's pair of INRD's await the arrival of the conductor, before departing.
CP 281 departs Bensenville Yard, headed east towards A-5 and a trip to St. Paul. A pair of the ever attractive Indiana Railroad SD9043MAC's have the honors on this perfect morning.
Rising more than 150 ft above the valley, two Indiana Rail Road MACs are leading 50 loads of coal over the near 2,300 ft long Tulip Trestle. The train loaded at Triad, located just west of Switz C... (more)
As the sun finds the perfect sucker hole in the clouds, INRD 9009 and 9010 bring their coke train into Galewood Yard to receive a fresh crew.
After several hours of delays between Barr Yard and Yard Center, CSX's handling of INRD's run-thru Coke train from Minnesota heads south down former C&EI rails at my namesake town.
A pair of INRD units head under the signal bridge at West Hoffman with another coke empty for Roseport.
This pair of INRD units, on loan to CP, made quite a ruckus in the SE as they made a couple trips to GA, one of which resulted in a quick side trip to FL.
Getting ready to load at Bear Run