Three J SD38s lead State Line loads east through New Lenox.
In a scene that is only a memory, the engineer on EJ&E 668 is seen grabbing his train orders while moving at track speed across the diamonds in Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
EJ&E's Bicentennial contribution is gleaming in the summer sun while on display at a U.S. Steel open house in Gary. Notice the white-painted air hoses on the unit.
Tom Golden photo.
The first EJ&E SD38-2 to be repainted in CN colors rests at Joliet on a beautiful morning. I must say it looks sharp in fresh CN paint however the paint booth missed a few spots of EJ&E orange on ... (more)
A 272 axle JSW1, the longest I've ever seen on the River Line, nears the end of its journey. 668 is currently the only repainted EJ&E so far.
Scene 3 of 3 of the chase of 3.Three EJ&E's run the Night Flyer east in the early January morning.
Almost one year ago to the day, the CN officially took over the EJ&E. Who would think from one year ago that the EJ&E would still be running solid EJ&E orange consists. Colin Mucha gets hit shot, ... (more)
The Waukegan Switcher runs light though Rondout enroute to Sutton. Rather disappointing seeing the rusty rail on the wye.
A slight smoky haze hangs in the air inside the shop after EJE 668 is brought in for wheel work.
The shop has a smokey haze from the 668 shortley after beening brought in for wheel work.
A former KSW1, now L51491 since the CN takeover sits on Main 2 just north of Van Loon.
State Line loads head east through Frankfort, with EJ&E 668 in charge.