CP 8868 leads auto racks , Eastbound in front of US Steel on the Lake Michigan shoreline and over the channel to Burns Harbor
It's business as usual at the steel mills of Burns Harbor as the 728 foot Joseph L. Block makes its arrival.
Conrail SD40 6247 leads a westbound on the Porter Branch at South Burns Harbor in 1984.
CSS 805 wraps around the bend and heads west out of Bailly with a hot train for the Belt in Chicago.
Conrail B23-7 1987 leads a mixed freight at South Burns Harbor, on the Porter Branch, in 1984.
A GP38-2 and its SD38-2 mate work in brilliant sunlight near milepost 48 on the South Shore Line.
EJ&E motors are in charge of a hot molten steel bottle train, on the South Shore Line, in 1986.
After an ontime, 0500 departure out of Ashland Avenue Yard, the NS OCS hightails it eastward through Burns Harbor, Indiana as the early morning fog burns off.
On a sunny February 11, 1995, a westbound Chicago South Shore & South Bend freight curves through Burns Harbor, Indiana, led by freshly-painted EMD GP38-2 No. 2005
CNW 6826 leads a freight westward through mist, haze, and fog at South Burns Harbor, on the former Michigan Central Porter Branch in 1984.
A quintet of Union Pacific locomotives lead an empty coal train under wire on the South Shore Railroad as it heads west, passing signals near Burns Harbor, Indiana. Locomotives:UP 7126... (more)
Oakway SD60 leads a coal train east on Conrail's former NYC mainline east of BurnsHarbor, IN. This train would have been received off the BN in Chicago.
CP 8712 leads a westbound through Burns Harbor Indiana on the NS Chicago Line at CP 487.
CSS 2001 brings a coal train thru Burns Harbor, IN in September of 1995.
IHB 115 has just entered the NS Chicago Line main after leaving the yard at CP 487 in Burns Harbor. Sharp eyes will notice the headlight of a NICTD train approaching in the distance on the South S... (more)