The Memorial Day line up at the Waukegan coach yard towards the end of the blue hour.
Ready for another trip to Chicago, RTA (Regional Transportation Authority) commuter trains wait out the night in the yard at Waukegan, Illinois, on November 22, 1986. RTA F40PH Nos. 154, 136 and 1... (more)
UP 1158, an ex-Cotton Belt GP60, still in its original paint, rests in Waukegan yard overnight.
Union Pacific's 4014 rolls through the forest preserve in Waukegan Township.
A former CNW caboose (pushing platform) sits among the tied-up yard engines at the UP's Waukegan Yard Office.
METX 133 waits out the night with a few other F40PH locomotives at the Waukegan Yard.
METX 138 prepares to reverse into the yard as a few other F40 locomotives wait out the night at Waukegan.
Coal train road power tied up in Waukegan. 6725 is ex-CNW, as are the tracks it sits on.
A pair of rebuilt SD40's idle in Waukegan Yard with a manifest waiting for Metra traffic to clear the UP North Line.
A Chicago-bound Metra commuter train begins its journey at Waukegan on a quiet Sunday morning.
A Metra train waits for the signal to proceed on to the Waukegan Station platform and become Train 364 to Chicago.
As a Metra commuter train departs Waukegan Station on the left-hand main, another arrives. This is UP's Kenosha Sub, part of the ex-C&NW Chicago-Milwaukee line.
Train sets spend the night in Waukegan awaiting the morning rush hour.