The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago is seen making a westbound trip at Harlem Ave out to the dumping fields in the early afternoon.
GTW GP9R 4623 and GP38-2 5832 switch the north end of Glenn Yard on a sunny morning. The GP9R is older than the GP38-2, but is in considerably better condition!
EJE 659 takes headroom out of Glenn Yard at 47 Crossover. More than 9 years into the CN takeover, the classic orange SD38-2's are still making daily appearances around the Chicagoland area.
One of the Sanitary District of Chicago's veteran SW1's takes thirteen empties under the CN branch line (former C&IW) in Forest View.
Sanitary District SW1 #2 returns east with empties for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District in Stickney.
I saw GM&O 883A three months earlier pulling the commuter train and looking in good shape. Must have had a steam generator failure. Why in the summer months?
Pooper #4 brings twenty-five cars of poop from the plant to the crap fields in Summit. Here it is seen ducking under the CN branch line to Forest View and will also duck under the BNSF Chillicothe... (more)
A Santa Fe painted SD45-2 leads a Ft. Madison, IA to Columbus, OH stack train at Canal Bank Road.
A pair of BNSF Dash-9s, the leader one number off from being the MSTS loco, lead one stack car carrying one container toward Corwith.
The 2 WC GP40-2s in special paint idle in Glenn Yard.