Gone but not forgotten are the old Santa Fe searchlight signals. In an effort to document them, I took a long drive on no sleep to get a few shots before they would all fall. Here is an eastbound ... (more)
A total of six EMD’s lead the L-CHI105 West across the Santa Fe. This SD40-2 was originally built for the BN in 1979.
A CSXT SD40-3 leads a vehicle train West on the BNSF Transcon past some endangered ATSF intermediates.
A pair of BNSF EMD veterans lead M-CHIGAL into Kinsman, IL.
A BNSF Dash8 leads Local102 approaching the town of Kinsman IL.
A westbound UP trackage rights train crosses the small trestle just west of Kinsman on BNSF's Chillicothe subdivision.
A single ES44C4 powers this intermodal train towards Chicago on BNSF's Chillicothe Subdivision.
The Westbound Bnsf Chillicothe Subdivison local heads West approaching Kinsman IL.
A WB vehicle train on the BNSF Chillicothe Subdivison approaching Kinsman IL.
A hawk makes a nice appearance as westbound UP stacks highball through Kinsman.
Following close behind a few other westbounds, BNSF 7438 begins to throttle up as it approaches Kinsman with a good sized stack train.
West of Coal City, this stack train is rolling right along through the countryside.
The 102 races west through rural Kinsman.
Just east of Kinsman, a westbound stack train rolls west.
A pair of GEVO's are operating in DPU mode, as they split the Santa Fe searchlights just east of Kinsman.