Another oddball IC SD70 leader is seen on L545 at Joliet, back when daylight return trips were very common.
EJ&E 667 and GTW 4610 lead the oil local through Lemont, passing the mural located in downtown.
Outside of town, the oil local continues north as it parallels New Avenue.
GTW 5812 and BLE 878 lead the oil local down the old GM&O, nearing downtown Lemont.
GTW 5812 and BLE 878, both wearing their respected paint schemes, prepare to depart Seneca/Oxbow in Lemont.
EJ&E 675 and GTW 5812 are on the approach to Jackson Street in Joliet, leading the oil local to the refineries at Millsdale, located a little south of town.
Just after sunrise, the oil local heads north across the Cal Sag Channel, led by a GTW GP38-2 that has definitely seen better days.
After making its pick-up at KA Steel, the oil local heads south for Flagstone, where the crew will begin the process of running around the train.
EJ&E 675 and GTW 4909, both in their respected paint schemes, leave KA Steel with the afternoon pick-up.
The oil local rolls southbound past the refineries in Lemont to retrieve a string of tank cars before rolling back north to Glenn Yard.
Splitting the signals at Flagstone, the oil local will soon cut off from its train and run to CP Romeoville.
Passing the clock in downtown, EJ&E 675 and GTW 4909 make for a great lash-up on this code blue day in Lemont.
As the oil local prepares to shove into KA Steel off Main 1, the outbound Texas Eagle from Chicago flies by on Main 2.
EJ&E 675 and GTW 4909 head south through downtown Lemont.
EJ&E 675 and GTW 4909 switch KA Steel in Lemont on a mostly sunny, but cold afternoon.