Racing through Hinsdale A rush hour Burlington Northern “Dinky” express cruises through Hinsdale, Illinois, on the center main on May 28, 1992. Geraniums are blooming in the planter... (more)
Passing Geraniums neatly-planted along the platform at Hinsdale, Illinois, is a westbound Metra “dinky” accelerating after discharging passengers at the station stop on the pleasant spring aft... (more)
After flying around the shoo fly, Metra 189, a rebuilt F40PHM-3 leads express train #1327 to Downers Grove past the Highlands station, where there is a old CB&Q depot.
A former BN SD70MAC leads coal empties West through Highlands.
A BNSF mixed freight heads west on the newly re-opened Track 2 original alignment through the ongoing I-294 bridge expansion/replacement project. Not to waste time, the Track 2 flyover has already... (more)
With empties for Black Thunder Mine in the Powder River Basin, two CSX old fashioned EMDs wind around the “Shoo-Fly” bridge construction area above Interstate 294. With the freeway below widen... (more)
A BNSF coal train passes the shoofly just east of the Highlands Metra station with an ex-BN 'Executive' SD70MAC leading. This is one of only a handful of these that are equipped with PTC.
Metra 188 leads a outbound train into Highlands.
When inspecting Burlington Northern’s busy First Sub of the Chicago Division, you still have keep one’s wits about you, even on a weekend when there are fewer commuter trains. The track inspec... (more)
Geraniums are neatly planted along the platform at Hinsdale, Illinois, making the pleasant spring afternoon feel even more like summer on May 28, 1992. Burlington Northern’s busy triple track ma... (more)
BNSF 1549 leads eastbound R-CHI457 as it stops in emergency barely missing a car.
A pair of GPs, the leader being a leaser, take the 458 job west through the I-294 expansion project on the east end of Hinsdale.
BNSF 6866 leads a manifest west through Highlands
Amtrak 192 leads the California Zephyr west through Highlands.
BNSF 3733 leads a Intermodal west through the temporary shoe fly at Highlands.