A pair of GP15-1s work hard to pull a string of loaded coke hoppers into the ArcelorMittal steel mill in East Chicago, Indiana.
One of the treats around the South Chicago, Illinois/Northwest Indiana stateline is the South Chicago & Indiana Harbor Railway, which was known as the Chicago Short Line until 2003. SCIH (CSL) 30,... (more)
A Mittal SW1500 shoves a bottle train into the massive East Chicago plant, shortly after it was delivered from Riverdale.
Nestled on the shore lines of Lake Michigan, an ArcelorMittal GP15-1/SW1500 combo brings a train of loaded coke into the East Chicago plant. On September 28th, 2020 it was announced that Cleveland... (more)
A treasure around the Illinois/Indiana border is the South Chicago & Indiana Harbor Railway, which was known as the Chicago Short Line until 2003. SCIH 30, 31 and 28 make a pickup at ArcelorMittal... (more)
ArcelorMittal GP15-1's 417 and 418 are pulling for all they're worth as they bring a heavy train of pet coke into the East Chicago plant. As the train winds its way into the plant, the rear can be... (more)
The Chicago skyline stands tall 23 miles away as ArcelorMittal SW1500 #111, one of the many locomotives on the #1 leader in steel's roster, shoves a bottle train into the massive East Chicago plan... (more)
The ArcelorMittal owns quite the collection of switch locomotives. SW1500 #304 leads a "bottle train" out of the shadows of the East Chicago, IN plant, as it makes way for IHB's Lakefront Yard. Ev... (more)
ArcelorMittal... 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Would you expect anything less from the world's largest steel producer? At the East Chicago plant, we see their pair of GP15-1's... (more)
With an SW1500 at each end, ArcelorMittal brings a molten steel "bottle train" into their East Chicago plant.
An ArcelorMittal GP15-1 and an SW1500 bring a lengthy train of empties out of the plant and into the Lakefront Yard.
A Mittal SW1200 shoves a train back into the plant in East Chicago.
An ArcelorMittal slug set awaits the next assignment in Whiting.