A quartet of NS locomotives briefly pause after yarding their train.
By the time this photo was taken, the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton had become part of CN subsidiary Grand Trunk Western. Power rests at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard near Midway Airport... (more)
BRC 302 and 303 shove a cut of cars while a trio of BNSF GEs sit after yarding their train.
CSXT 8568 and 8139 work CSXT's Bedford Park yard.
CP 380 knocks down 67th Street on the BRC's Kenton Line with a good looking pair of Southern Belles providing the muscle. KCS power has been thick around the Chicago area the past month.
With only a few left IHB #2920 takes control of this freight train out of Clearing Yard.
A SD40-2 and slug back up to switching another line of railroad cars.
Soo Line only owned two SD39s, and both of them were at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard in Bedford Park, Illinois, on September 21st, 1997. Built by EMD in October 1968 as Minneapolis... (more)
Soo Line SD40 748, seen in the later "Candy Apple Red" scheme at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard in Bedford Park, Illinois, was built in August 1970. From this angle, one ca... (more)
Laying over at the Belt Railway of Chicago's Clearing Yard, in Bedford Park, Illinois, is Grand Trunk Western SD40 5914. Built by EMD in January 1970, this engine was photographed on September 21... (more)
After just missing getting "skunked" by a westbound CSX stack train, the 686 ethanol train prepares to roll under 71st Street with a nice DM&E SD40-2 in charge.
A pair of BRC SD40's shove a hump job back into the Clearing Yard as various other power stands by.
The sweet sound of four SD40-2's fills the air as CP 470 approaches BRC's Clearing Yard.
2-470 approaches 65th Street in Bedford Park. At the crossing behind me, some idiot decided to play "chicken" with the train, forcing the engineer to hit the emergency brake.