TRRA SD40-2's 3002 and 3006 work one of the Madison Yard hump jobs on a sunny afternoon.
A pair of TRRA SD40-2's prepare to shove their last car over the hump at Madison Yard.
A pair of TRRA SD40-2s lead a pulldown in Madison, IL.
A pair of TRRA SD40-2s pull down a cut of cars to be humped while another TRRA job gets to work in the background.
A pair of sharp, TRRA SD40-2's work the Madison Yard hump on a sunny evening.
The afternoon TRRA hump job pulls out past Broadway St.
A pair of Terminal six axles with slug #2205 in the middle is working the hump at Madison Yard.At right is the Madison Pit engine facility which is near empty today with only 1 of the 12 geeps on ... (more)
TRRA six axle power working the hump at Madison Yard.Both of these units are former SP and have been rebuilt to SD40-2 standards.
3 of the TRRAs six-axle motors are working Madison Yard.The #2205 in the middle is a slug,this set is mainly used on the hump.
TRRA hump power moving around the maze of trackage at SH interlocking.In the backround Amtrak #302 for Chicago is seen dropping off the Merchants Bridge.
This set of T.R.R.A.'s big power drags a train length cut of cars out of the yard and up onto the bridge over Rt. 3. TRRA 2205 is a road slug built from a GP35.
Yarding a train-the car body is an SD 45