The Belt Railway of Chicago (BRC) is know for being an operation that is rarely seen outside of their massive Clearing Yard, which makes is pretty difficult to get any kind of photos of their loco... (more)
A remote controlled Belt Railway of Chicago GP23ECO pulls a string of covered hoppers down one of the yard leads at the railroad's Clearing Yard. The locomotive operator can be seen to the left of... (more)
Two Belt Railway of Chicago jobs work one of the Clearing Yard hump bowls. BRC 237 is pulling a cut of cars out of the yard as 560 waits to shove in.
A BRC GP23ECO ties on to a cut of cars from the hump bowl on a sunny March morning. A MOW crew is doing some quick work to one of the switches in the foreground.
BRC 237 pulls down a cut over covered hoppers as it switches cars at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard. A set of NS power awaits its next assignment in the background.
The Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard is always a busy a place, and this March morning is no exception. Four crews are hard at work including a hump job shoving cars with a SD40-2 and slug s... (more)
A Belt Railway of Chicago yard job pulls down the lead with GP23ECO 237 as CN L503 builds their train in the yard on a sunny March morning.
BRC 231 works a cut of cars in BRC's Clearing Yard in Bedford Park, Illinois. This unit was rebuilt from a GP40 to a GP23ECO.
It's the first time that Tacoma Rail's sole GP23ECO has led anything south of Freighthouse Square, as it was assigned to the DuPont local (Job 103) to fill in for the 2200, out for maintenance. Th... (more)
BRC's industry job makes a pick-up at Independence Tube Corporation.
BRC GP23ECO 237 switches a pulldown job at Clearing yard.
Meet Tacoma Rail's newest locomotive. TMBL 2316, one of the first GP23ECO's. Built by Progress Rail just across the road in Tacoma. This is a "trade-in" for TR's GP20 2006. Sharing... (more)