An evening outbound Metra commuter train enters the curve coming into the Mannheim flag stop on the Milwaukee District West line. The downtown Franklin Park station is visible in the background.
The Route of the Rockets! The Manly Junction Railroad Museum's CRIP E units are posed under a fading sunset.
The 1921 built number 51 occupies 15 Street SW as it heads for another cut of covered hoppers from the Canadian Pacific interchange.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires creates a beautiful filter at sunset. Here the two Manly Junction Railroad Museum Rock Island E units are displayed for a group night shoot.
The BNSF 7812 brings its train to a stop while it waits for one to overtake it at West Valentine.
BNSF 4126 leads the parade into Kingman. With five trains in this view, this section of the Seligman subdivision was hopping.
Four units charge up the grade, westbound, into Kingman.
The local is throttled up as it begins the climb up Edelstein Hill, rolling through the "S" curve under those classic Santa Fe signal bridges.
The purple slant nosed E3A sits in morning light.
The IANR Oelwein job begins its return to Waterloo, passing the CGW 116-A at the museum.
The PM 1225 prepares to come off the turntable while another Berkshire type and the LRR 110 Pacific stand by.
The CGW 116-A looking like its going to take a local freight out... Now if they can just get some traction motors for it, one day it might move.
The 116-A is displayed under the stars at the Hub City Heritage Museum.
The Oelwein job makes its way past the Hub City Heritage Museum.
Little River's Pacific type shares the stage, during the blue hour, in Owosso.