Train number 3 is approaching the East siding switch at Burke on it's way to the Seattle.
Crew “exchange”Burlington Northern train Nos. 103 and 13 trade crews at Burke, Illinois, on April 7, 1990. Train 103 with GP39M No. 2830 was in the siding at Burke after delays and pick... (more)
Enroute to the Train Festival in Michigan, SP 4449 charges out of the Mississippi River Valley from Savanna at the east end of the siding at Burke.
Heading East out of Savannah, IL, KCS 4814, CREX 1331 and BNSF 4442 are heading toward a destination of Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing yard.
Heritage 1 painted #974 hammers uphill with an eastbound Z train, passing an idle S-SEALPC tucked away in the siding at Burke.
SP 4449 rips through the east end of the siding at Burke as the Cross Country Excursion heads for Chicago on the C&I.
BN train #104 coughs its way past the east end of Burke siding.
BNSF 1001 leads the east bound stacker approaching Burke Siding.
The Seattle Z train comes through the cut at Burke, headed for access to the LaCrosse sub at Savanna.