Amtrak's Empire Builder from Seattle rolls through the junction with Metra's Fox Lake Line at Rondout, just 30 miles from an on-time arrival in Chicago.
The WB California Zephyr has arrived for its crew change in Grand Junction.
On a 100 degree July morning, the station work has been completed, the operating crews changed, and the EB California Zephyr is about to depart Grand Junction for Denver and Chicago.
The Kenosha Trolley Car Society held its annual trolley day on September 15th. The car barn and all trolley cars were accessible. Here, car 4606 heads west along the lakefront trolley loop. The... (more)
The Rapid City yard engine has tied-up early in anticipation of the July 4th holiday shut-down.
A P32 substitutes for the normal cab cars used on Amtrak's Hiawatha trains as Milwaukee train 337 rolls north through Franksville, WI.
A Metra commuter trains heads out the Farm Subdivision for head room prior to reversing into the lower storage yard at Kenosha.
The Waukegan switch run takes the south leg of the wye at Kenosha to head out the Farm Subdivision for switching on UP Milwaukee Subdivision (former CNW New Line)
As a local freight in the siding prepares to makes its set-out, a NB double-stack train passes on the adjacent mainline.
A NB CN freight, powered by CN, CitiRail and BNSF locomotives, has entered the 13,000 foot long siding at North Duplainville and is preparing to set-out cars for the Waukesha area.
A NB Denton County A-Train DMU skirts an inlet of Lake Dallas as it departs the Lewisville Station. Busy I35E looms in the background.
NS & UP power move empty sand cars west through Duplainville on the CP (ex Milwaukee Road) mainline.
The off-season consist of the Empire Builder is about an hour into its trip to Seattle as it approaches the Milwaukee County line.
After allowing the SB Empire Builder to thread between them, CP Train 198 meets CP Train 199 just south of the Sturtevant interlocking plant.
A SB CP freight crosses through the barren farm land in northern Kenosha County, assisted by a CSX unit.