A pair of CSX GP15T diesels, 1502 and 1510, work at the railroad's Barr Yard in Riverdale, Illinois, on September 19th, 1997. These units were originally Chesapeake & Ohio locomotives, carrying t... (more)
IHB's pair of GP38-2s lead a manifest west into Blue Island yard.
The Harbor's GP38-2 pair makes its way through Blue Island Yard, the end of the short journey from Gibson.
IHB's pair of GP38-2's, 3802 and 3801 arrive at Blue Island Yard with a transfer from Gibson. They are passing under the former IC Chicago Sub.
An Indiana Harbor Belt GP40-2/Genset combo departs Blue Island Yard, bound for Gibson.
As the sun heads for the horizon, CSX 625 heads south through Riverdale.
CSX SD40-2 8357 leads a manifest into the east end of Barr Yard.
IHB 2143 waits for the signal at Riverdale.
IHB's pair of SD38-2's pass CP 107, on the approach to Blue Island Yard.
CSX local Y110 gets going out of Barr with a "baby tunnel motor" on the point.
Just minutes before clouds took over for the remainder of the day, CP 5750 and IC&E 6431 are now running as CSX symbol K636, as they depart Barr Yard after a speedy crew change.
Marking my third standard cab GE leader of the day, CSX 7541 is departing Barr Yard on its way to the east coast.
Not a thing moving to keep the lone pigeon resting on a power line entertained at the IHB Blue Island Yard.