A BNSF Manifest rolls East just outside of Leland, IL
Running at track speed, IRM's handsome Nebraska Zephyr passenger special cruises away from the rapidly setting sun, nearing Leland, IL.
Peek! The nose of the WB Nebraska Zephyr. Must have been taken at at least a 1/500 of a second.
BNSF 5985 pushes hard at the rear of an eastbound loaded coal train. The SD70MAC leader was pretty smoky, as evidenced by the front of the train.
1st #30, AK-SAR-BEN Zephyr. Yes it is July, but the weeds between the pavers of the platform are not knee high yet.
CB&Q 153C and 153B were FTA and FTB built in 1944. 153A was a rare F2A built in 1946.
A loaded coal train, followed by another of the same, both of which have been sitting here for about 48 hours (which is common practice these days on the Mendota Sub), idle away just west of Lelan... (more)
The outbound Carl Sandburg flies through Leland on the Mendota Sub
Eastbound BNSF 8948 and 9945 haul a loaded NORX coal train through the Illinois countryside at Leland IL.