CSS 2002 shoves a CSX coal train past the Miller Depot and out onto the CSX interchange track on a sunny but brisk late March afternoon.
At the west end of the South Shore's Burnham Yard with the Illinois Central Kensington Tower on the hill where the South Shore leaves the IC Electric. This is one of the GE motors were ordered by ... (more)
The cars to the right are in one of the station pocket tracks. The depot is behind me.
A Beautiful Line Car CSS&SB Line Car 1100 was rebuilt in 1947 from Indiana Railroad #376. It now resides at the Illinois Railway Museum.
"In the Hole" (in siding) for a passenger train. The South Shore called them The 800s, not Little Joes. What the South Shore and the Milwaukee Road did not take of these GE beauties went ... (more)
Orange Got to love the interurban orange depot. Car 100 was built by Pullman in 1926.
A morning inbound on Illinois Central tracks. Car 4 was built by Pullman in 1926.
These new cars were purchased by the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD). They were built by Nippon Sharyo in 1982.
CSS 2001 heads west along CSX's Garrett Sub and under its home tracks after making the connection as what passes for sunshine in January illuminates the scene.
CSS 2001 and a mate briefly pause while working the yard outside of the Burns Harbor ArcelorMittal plant.
Chicago South Shore #2002 heads west toward Chicago on the CSX line.
CSS 2005 leads a short cut of cars across Amtrak's Trail Creek swing bridge in Michigan City, IN.
Eastbound CSSB lite engine down the streets of Michigan City