A four aspect signal? Not quite. After years, or what seemed like years with all the coverage of this spot recently, of worry to the falling of the old searchlight signals at Naperville, the day h... (more)
The BRCGAL sat all day at Eola, and took off just a few minutes shy of the Metra rush.
M-BRCGAL's power heads west through downtown Aurora, squeezing between buildings built right alongside the viaduct.
NS SD70M-2 2724 leads a westbound manifest through LaVergne.
Five hours after departing Cicero light power, BRCGAL finally departs Eola with 7700+ ft of train. Man did that crew put on a show, 5 units in run 8 and a perfectly tuned Leslie S3L.
BNSF 4210 trails BNSF 8608, FXE 3100, 3121, and BNSF 731 on a light power move to Eola to retrieve their manifest.
A clean BNSF B40-8W...thats it.
BNSF decided to run CN style today, all the empty flats up in front of a heavy mile long manifest.
Train went into emergency for no good reason and allowed me to pass it up on my way home.
BNSF 6899 leads BRCGAL out of Chicago as it crosses over from track 3 to 2 at the La Vergne Plant.
Talk about an oddball lash-up, BNSF 2440, EMD 767, OHRC 8801, NS 9339, NS 9533, & BNSF 555.
BNSF 6336 leads BRCGAL out of Chicago.