IBCX 815 and 813 take a rest in Thomaston under the starry night.
On a frigid cold night in the middle of nowhere Northern Indiana, the old EJ&E 815 and 813 rest under the stars in Thomaston on the Chesapeake & Indiana Railroad.
Former DMIR SDM 814 sits in Thomaston along the CKIN.
Breaking the nighttime silence of the small village of Thomaston, IBCX SDM 813 crosses a rural road in Thomaston with a CKIN grain train for the CSX.
With an interchange train planned for early the next morning, the crews of the Chesapeake and Indiana railroad have spotted the power and cars at the small yard in Thomaston in preparation. Under ... (more)
Having just crossed the NS from the small yard in Thomaston, Engineer Austin at the helm of former EJE SDM #815 begins the long slow pull toward Malden with 50 cars in tow.
IBCX 815 departs Thomaston with a cut of hoppers for Co Alliance in Union Mills.
After interchanging with the NS local at Thomaston, IBCX 804 heads back to La Crosse with a cut of cars for Gypsum.
CKIN 815 crosses over the NS at Thomaston, Indiana as it prepares to pick up and drop off cars. This is the former diamond of the PM and NKP.
An NS SD40-2, which still maintains its original Norfolk & Western road number, barrels east through Thomaston as it heads home for Ft. Wayne.
After working the NS interchange a pair of IBCX's SD-M's lead a train of fertilizer north for Union Mills.
The Chesapeake & Indiana heads south across the former NKP in Thomaston with a pair of former DMIR SD-M's for power.
NKP 765 highballs Thomaston, IN on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. She looked and sounded great!
On a snowy day the Ckin takes loaded cars from Malden to Interchange in Thomaston with Norfolk Southern. The 804 is acting like a maned helper with engineer Rob at the throttle.
Former DMIR SD18 #169, became EJE 804 and was sold to the Indiana Box Car Corp after the CN take over. It then found a new life on the CKIN in northwestern Indiana Here, the 804 is seen heading so... (more)