After switching Peguiss Yard, Z502 is headed back to CSX rails with its pair of attractive South Shore Geeps.
Z502 heads west through East Chicago with a pair of South Shore GP38-2's.
South Shore SD38-2 805 leads Z502 west through East Chicago.
Z502 rolls west, bound for East Chicago with the former IAIS 154 in charge.
The former IAIS 154 is now CSS 804 as it leads Z502 across the Indiana Harbor Belt at Calumet Tower.
CSS SD38-2 804, formerly the IAIS 154, makes its inaugural run in its new paint scheme. It's in charge of Z502, bound for Peguiss Yard in East Chicago as it slams the diamonds at Calumet.
South Shore SD38-2 154 backs down the connection to the CSX at Miller.
The westbound South Shore freight bound for East Chicago makes its way through Pine Junction
South Shore GP38-2 2001 leads the CSX interchange freight west around the curve into Miller. They will then shove back to the CSX and proceed west.
Right on que, the South Shore Line heads west through East Chicago, nearing Peguiss Yard with a pair of their classic, orange GP38-2's.
The westbound South Shore freight passes Pine Junction on a sunny April Fools Day in northwest Indiana.
The South Shore heads west through Pine Junction with a pair of their orange GP38-2s.
The South Shore heads west through East Chicago, bound for Peguiss Yard a few miles ahead.
CSS 2000 and 2009 head west through Calumet Junction, closing in on the destination of Peguiss Yard in East Chicago, IN. That orange really pops in the afternoon sunlight.
The South Shore Line makes an arrival at Peguiss Yard, powered by a pair of attractive GP38-2's.