One of only 2 DRS 66-1500 units That the EJ&E ever had Switches the Yard In Joliet in the summer of 1970. Original From My Collection
Waiting for a Yard assignment.
The crew of the WC 3018 is working on putting their train together, they even have a sign to prove it.
This GP40 has been around the block a few times.
It started life as Seaboard Coast Line R... (more)
IC 1000 backs up for another cut of cars while EJ&E 661 comes up North 15
Starting off on the the right track
EJ&E 674 heads down North 7
EJ&E 674 idles at the scales
I don't condone graffiti or take pictures of it, but when I saw this going through the yard, it amazed me. How long did it take and how do you get that high up, not to mention the amount of paint... (more)
Pulling out another long cut.
In what may be the last photo of a J engine, or at least the #666 under the "EJE" banner, the #666 drills the yard in sweet early morning light. This morning the EJE was officially merged into the... (more)
Right after reading an article in the July Trains Magazine today about Bryon Hill, WI with a photo of the EJ&E 666,
The 666 makes an appearance at the Joliet Yard.
It's not a Holiday for everybody
Things were hopping at Joliet yard this day. Note the unique switches in the yard along with the only remaining EJE GP38-2 703 in the background.