EJ&E SD38-2 656 switches the yard at Joliet.
Repainted WC SW1500 1570 switches the yard at Stevens Point.
EJ&E SD38-2 656 switches Joliet Yard.
EJ&E SD38-2 673 and repainted GTW GP9R 4611 switch Homewood Yard.
Amtrak P42 87 leads its train towards the wash racks at Lumber Street. A freshly repainted CSX GP38-2 has found its way into the engine terminal here.
Amtrak P42 48 heads around the wye in Chicago with a set of cars heading for the wash racks.
EJ&E SW1200 303 works Joliet Yard, showing off its new yellow paint.
EJ&E SW1200 303 wearing EJ&Es newest switcher scheme pulls out of Joliet Yard for head room. This sure is a very bright paint scheme!
EJ&E SW1200s 322 and 323 work Joliet Yard on Easter morning.
BN GP50 3154 waits at the west end of Eola Yard, about to begin switching.
EJ&E SW1200 312 pulls out of Joliet Yard for headroom on a busy Halloween afternoon.
BN GP39M 2812 and a bluebonnet B23-7 pull out of Eola Yard while switching for headroom.
EJ&E NW2 450 and slug T-2 switch the yard in Joliet. 450, which is still in its Lake Terminal Railroad paint, is the oldest engine on the EJ&E's current roster. It was built in 1949.
Amtrak P42 124 switches out some passenger cars in Chicago with the skyline above it.
BRC SD40-2 560 switches a string of cars at the huge Clearing Yard.