The South Shore stops for passengers in the middle of Chicago Ave. A month later, this street running ended with realignment along the new Indiana Toll Road. It is presumed this view is looking ... (more)
Location believed to be Chicago Ave. at White Oak St., a 3-car South Shore train crosses the IHB in the middle of the road. This street running ended one month later.
The post-WWII economy was kind to NW Indiana, there were plenty of jobs and businesses flourished along Chicago Ave, which the South Shore ran down the middle of. It is slowing for a stop just pa... (more)
AF18, South Shore Freight's Michigan City Switcher, moves cars around the ex NKP yard just north of Shops.
CSSB "Little Joe" #802 working east of South Bend in the summer of 1977. This unit is preserved at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.
South Shore freight motors 705 and 706 rest at the Michigan City shops late in their service lives.
South Shore #268, with cars 101 and 36, rests in the middle of 11th Street at the Michigan City passenger station. After boarding passengers on the street, the two car interurban train will depar... (more)
This is how the South Shore (not today's SouthShore) serviced a freight customer with a facing point switch on the freight only street trackage. Passenger service had been cutback to Bendix in th... (more)
Quite a sunset shining on her snout don't you think?
Thanks again to John Means for another great M.O.M. trip!