The CP roadmaster waits for Amtrak 338 to pass before erecting cautionary track boards Hiawatha corridor service trains are down to 4 per day.
Amtrak NPCU 90200 leads Hiawatha 338 east out of brewtown, passing under the old Milwaukee Road cantilever at KK Bridge,
Amtrak NPCU 90219 departs out of Milwaukee with a eastbound Hiawatha, passing under the old cantilever at KK Bridge.
Amtrak 42 shoves hard on the tail end of it's southbound scoot as the train waddles over the Menomonee River Bridge.
Amtrak F40PH #338, built September 1980, later became one of four Amtrak F40PH units that went to Metrolink in 2003. #338 was off the Metrolink roster by the end of 2006
Just seconds into Illinois, and another of the many trips between Milwaukee and Chicago.
What photos from this area don't convey is the fact that there's a chocolate factory around the corner that permeates the whole neighborhood with the scent of molten chocolate.
Amtrak P42 146 trails a eastbound Hiawatha heading into CUS.
An inbound Hiawatha Service and a Metra train have been routed into Union Station together as they approach Halsted Street.
Hiawatha service train heads east towards Chicago.
One of the better looking Cabages...
79 mph... nothing like waiting until the last second to press the button.