Led by a pair of Alco C415s, a Rock Island transfer has the all-clear to begin pulling through Pullman Junction. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of BRC Centurys leads a caboose hop through the maze of tracks that were Pullman Junction. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of the Monon's distinctive BL2s haul a Clearing Yard-Hammond transfer run through Pullman Junction in South Chicago. The EMD BL2, a late-1940s transitional model between cab units and road ... (more)
This is the answer to the seldom-asked question, "If an Alco RS2 mated with an EMD GP7, what would the kids look like?". The Rock Island re-engined five RS2s and an RS3 with EMD prime mo... (more)
A westbound Chesapeake & Ohio freight clatters across the diamonds at Pullman Junction in South Chicago behind a GP30/GP9/GP30 lashup.
A pair of Rock Island RS3s thunk across the diamond at Pullman Junction on the South Side of Chicago with a transfer run back in 1969. This was a great place for train-watching for this East Coast... (more)
Pullman Junction on Chicago's South Side was where the Belt Railway of Chicago, Rock Island, and Norfolk & Western all connected. This was a unique interlocking where crossing gates were used to ... (more)
As the sun comes up on a summer morning, the Baltimore & Ohio's flagship Capitol Limited is on the last lap of its overnight journey from Washington as it passes the operator's cabin at Pullman Ju... (more)
Note safety bars on this end.
Formerly a Rock Island boxcar, this LaSalle and Bureau county wooden transfer caboose is seen passing the distinct water tower at Pullman Junction on Chicago's south side. Tom Golden photo.
Four Rock Island U-Boats are headed toward the diamonds as a N&W mixed freight heads the opposite way. Tom Golden photo.
A Rock Island local led by a C415 and a wooden transfer caboose works its way through the interlockings at 95th Street on the city's South Side. Tom Golden photo.
Tom Golden photo.