Departing Chicago under Kodachrome skies.
Metra 102 races into Lemont with the new midday Heritage Corridor train 915.
Metra 102 ducks under the Pennsy signal bridge at Racine Avenue.
As the sun pops out on a stormy day, Metra 102 makes a stop on new UP main 1 with heritage corridor 917. UP main 1 is now located where BNSF main 2 was, and BNSF main 2 is now next to BNSF 1.
Riding into the sunset. Inbound evening dinky passes through the manual switch at the Grayslake Metra station.
A lite F40PH departs Chicago Union Station.
The evening Metra outbound rush is underway, the 102 leaves the Sear's tower distorted in her exhaust.
Recently rebuilt to dash-3 specifications, Metra observers will note the addition of a snow plow and a larger fuel tank, among other changes to this unit.
During the very busy Chicago rush hour this train backs into Union Station while a Green Line L train passes overhead.
Metra trains await the next day's assignment from the Blue Island yard in late afternoon.
Metra 102/103 back into LaSalle Station.
Metra 102 departs Joliet Union Station and heads for the yard.
Metra 102 departs Franklin Park on a crisp clear Saturday afternoon.