BRC 530 idles at the west end of Clearing Yard at dawn.
the Chicago to Janesville train waits to head out, just as the sun sets
light power move including CSX 8115 and BNSF 4159 out of the yard at dusk
An SP diesel set scoots under the crest of the hump yard.
Shiny red, white & blue.
My first time around Grand Trunk locomotives in 1992 ... I couldn't believe how bright the red paint could get on a clean loco.
A set of EMD's takes charge of a train usually led by newer GE's ready to depart Bedford Park.
A dual flagged SD40-2 leads a Candy Apple SD60 down the BRC with a lengthy manifest, led by colorful tractors.
On the marshalling tracks at Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard, WC 6505 and 6508 idle until their next assignment.
A lineup of GTW locomotives at the BRC Clearing Yard engine house includes a freshly-painted 5725.
A pair of IHB's infamous orange and black SD20s make some smoke in typical 1st generation EMD fashion as they head south on the IHB.
A "non-Quality" Conrail C39-8 is solo blast power on this stack train heading north on the IHB. What a treat indeed!!
Late in the night, one of the first of BNSF's legion of C44-9Ws sits awaiting a crew to head for Galesburg.
SP and DRGW diesels await a trip west at Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard. BRC's engine house is behind, and GTW diesels idle in the distance.