On May 24th, BNSF's Eola Yard was fairly quiet with only a single train being built. A pair of BNSF GP39s put a sand train together on the south side of the yard.
BNSF train HCNIGAL takes the BNSF connection off of the CN Leithton Sub to access Eola Yard and home rails.
Back in 2008 BNSF 3128 Switches in the BNSF Eola yard in Aurora Illinois
2008 BNSF 1501 switching in the Eola Yard in Aurora Illinois
Led by an Executive SD70MAC, an eastbound loaded coal train makes its way through historic downtown Aurora.
Metra 405 when it was just another commuter unit. Now the 405 is Metra's Milwaukee Road heritage unit.
Holding out for Monday, back when blue was bountiful.
IC 2460 leads A490, south, on the CN Leithton Subdivision with an assortment of 90's power trailing behind.
A winter wonderland! BC Rail 4652 looks right at home leading a southbound Q116 through the fresh snow as it passes under the Route 34 bridge.
G HNFCSX is tied down at the east end of Eola Yard this morning. A Ferromex ACe leads the way, followed by a BNSF ACe and a BNSF SD70MAC, making for an all EMD lash-up.
Canada comes to America, with snow and BCOLs!
A BCOL D9 Leads an intermodal south under the Route. 34 Bridge on the Aurora/Naperville Border.
BNSF Freight meet in Eola Yard, Aurora Illinois on a cold January Monday afternoon
BNSF 6334 Westbound in Aurora Illinois on a cold January Monday
BNSF 8469 Westbound through the BNSF Eola yard in Aurora Illinois on a cold crisp January afternoon
BNSF 8148 Westbound through the Eola Yard on cold January afternoon