1 of 4 diesel locomotives which the CTA uses for MoW. I believe they were all built by a company by the name of Niigata. On the left you'll see car 4272, one of the two 4000 "historical cars".
A look inside the Chicago Transit Authority's main repair shop.
CTA cars 4271-4272 cross the North Shore Channel on their way home to Linden after living at the Skokie Shops while the south end of the Red Line was rebuilt.
Northbound at Oakton - Skokie under the old North Shore catenary supports.
CTA's 4000s pass the new Oakton - Skokie stop along the Skokie Swift (Yellow Line) on their way to the Skokie Shops.
CTA's 4000s make a quick run up to Dempster St for their 90th birthday.
The 2200 series cars make a "once in a lifetime" run up to Dempster Street on the Skokie Swift with a charter train. No 2200s have ever ran north of the Skokie Shops or will ever again.
Under heavy lake effect snow, the CTA Holiday train is running the Skokie Swift, seen here passing under one of the old North Shore catenary supports that dot this line. Instead of the normal four... (more)
This is the south end of Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee high speed Skokie Valley Route.
This car is preserved at the Monticello Illinois Railroad Museum.
Painted in a historical livery for the 100th anniversary of the South side "L" in 1992