I miss scenes like this. A trio of EJ&E SD38-2's thunder uphill, headed east through New Lenox.
With track authorities good through Griffith, the eastbound, State Line coal train departs Joliet, thundering up the hill. A wide cab CN SD40 is in charge, followed by a pair of visitors to the ol... (more)
Southbound, State Line loads progress towards the yard, passing under I-55 in Joliet. CN 5284 leads the way, followed by a pair of NS Dash 9's. I can say that ever since I started railfanning the ... (more)
After obtaining signal indication at the Rock, CN 5284 leads its eastbound, State Line coal loads through the yard. Can you find the two EJ&E's in this photo?
Just like the good old days. Nothing like the sound of a J bouncing off the trees, to get the morning going! EJ&E 658 leads the eastbound, State Line coal train around the curve.
EJ&E 658 leads the eastbound, State Line coal train by Schoolhouse Road.
EJ&E 658, 672 and UP 6773 are working hard as they struggle with their eastbound, State Line coal train.
State Line coal loads enter New Lenox, as they barely make 10 MPH, getting out of Joliet.
EJ&E 658 leads the eastbound, State Line coal train up the hill, with help from EJ&E 672 and UP 6773.
Continuing its climb up the hill, EJ&E 658 leads 672 and UP 6773 east.
State Line loads slowly head east through the yard. A pair of J's proudly lead their train, followed by a UP AC44.
EJ&E 658 leads the State Line Coal Train out of Joliet, followed by EJ&E 672, and UP 6773, (two out of three ain't bad) something that is no longer a common site, since the CN Acquisition
State Line loads head east through Frankfort, with EJ&E 668 in charge.
Three EJ&E SD's lead the eastbound, loaded State Line coal train through Frankfort.