Willis Tower and the downtown Chicago skyline can be seen over South Shore passenger train 502 as they near their destination of Millennium Park.
CSSSB electric locomotive 802 is hauling a freight westbound. 802 is preserved at the Lakeshore Railroad Museum near Erie, Pennsylvania where it was built.
Chicago South Shore 2007 sits in CP's Nahnat yard in Davenport, IA.
Nicknamed "The World's Largest Switch Engine" amongst local railfans, one of the South Shore's three 800-series motors is seen shuffling cars at Burnham Yard. Tom Golden photo.
After their retirement from service with the South Shore in the early 1980s, four 1920s-era Pullman cars were purchased and moved to a railroad themed restaurant called The Chesterton Station. As... (more)
Chicago skyline above Union station
Eastbound arrives at Downtown Michigan City station. Station baggage man pulls cart to unload newspapers.
Formerly known as IAIS 154, CSS 154 leads interchange train Z502 west towards East Chicago in Gary Indiana
A pair of South Shore GP38-2's shove the Z502 train down the connection from the South Shore to the CSX Barr Sub at Miller.
Passing the 53rd Street Illinois Central suburban station on its way to downtown Chicago
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
An inbound South Shore commuter train rolls down 10th Street in Michigan City, Ind., as dusk settles in. The engineer is giving two thumbs up to the photographers on the street.
CSS 2003 pulls out onto the main after grabbing a few cars from the CN interchange track in Gary, IN.
South Shore GP38-2 2001 leads the CSX interchange freight west around the curve into Miller. They will then shove back to the CSX and proceed west.