After pulling out for headroom, GTW GP9R 4623 shoves its cut of cars back into the yard.
WC GP38-2 2001 and EJ&E 663 sit at Homewood Yard, quite the neat, yet unusual pair for sure.
EJ&E's devil unit switches the south end of Homewood Yard.
EJ&E SD38-2 656 works on the lead job at Homewood.
EJ&E SD38-2 673 switches Homewood Yard.
Repainted GTW 6401 works the south end of Homewood Yard. I believe this is the only CN OLS unit, and it is a rare ex-DT&I GP40.
EJ&E SD38-2 672 pulls out of Homewood Yard for headroom.
EJ&E SD38-2 672 backs over 183rd Street in Homewood, which still has a classic IC logo on the bridge.
EJ&E SD38-2 673 does some switching at Homewood.
EJ&E at Homewood! EJ&E SD38-2s 673 and 671 switch Homewood Yard, their new home base of operations. Two more, 670 and 672 are now based in Waterloo, IA, but the rest are still at home on the EJ&E.
CN GP9 7024, a slug, and a second CN GP9 pull out of Homewood Yard for headroom.
CN GP9 7072, a CN slug, and a second GP9 sit at Homewood waiting for a assignment.
GT GP9R 4609 and a GT GP38-2 switch Homewood Yard as they pass near the Metra station.
DM&IR SD38-2 #209, making a rare appearance out of Missabe country, prepares to head back into Homewood Yard to pick up some cars for switching. A DWP SD40 was also present in the yard the same da... (more)
IC SW14 #1500, 2 more SW14s, and a IC SD40-2 back into Homewood Yard to pick up some cars with snow from the first snowfall of the year dusting the tracks.