CN L515 departs Markham Yard with two IC SD70s, 1011 and 1032, GTW GP9R 4619, CN GP40-2LW 9515, IC SD40-3 6250 and CN SD60 5434. Seen here ducking under the IC era signal bridge in Flossmoor.
IC SD70 1018 leads CN L515 West through Griffith.
Enroute from Kirk Yard to Markham Yard, L515 closes in on the diamonds in Chicago Heights with an impressive 11 locomotives.
With an impressive lash-up, CN L515 is in a holding pattern at CP Cavanaugh. BCOL 4619 leads the way.
IC 1010 and 5 other units rolls back into Markham Yard to retrieve their train before departing for Kirk Yard.
IC SD70 1010 leads CN L515 South through Matteson.
Looking right at home, IC 1018, 1024 and UP 1657 makes up the days L515 as it departs Markham Yard on the Mainline of Mid-America.
IC 1027 leads CN L515 West through Ivanhoe.
IC 1027 leads another big consist West through Ivanhoe on CN L515.
EJE 674 leads an interesting all EMD consist out of Markham Yard on the L515.
IC 1002 leads the L515 through suburban Matteson as the L536 with IC 1028 holds in the distance.
IC 1035, 1000, and 1020 roll back into Markham Yard to retrieve their train before departing for Gary Indiana.
A trio of IC SD70 begins to exit the Mainline of Mid-America for The J at Matteson as it continues its trip to Kirk Yard.
After building their outbound train at Markham Yard, the crew of L515 (Kirk-Markham turn) prepares for departure. An IC SD70 and a CN SD75I provide the muscle.
With an Illinois Central deathstar SD70 in charge, L515 (Kirk-Markham turn) heads south down the Mainline of Mid America. About 3 miles ahead, the train will take the connection at Matteson to the... (more)