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  1. I've been framed

    I've been framed

    Metra train heading towards West captured at Naperville, Illinois.
  2. DSP3412

    DSP3412

    CSX #130 At Naperville Illinois
  3. EMDX 808

    EMDX 808

    EMDX 824 leads R-CHI452 east through Naperville. This view will soon change quite drastically, as BNSF is replacing all three signal bridges visable in this photo with new ones.
  4. BNSF 4915

    BNSF 4915

    BNSF 4915 leads a westbound stack train through Naperville. This CB&Q signal bridge is also being replaced.
  5. Bluebonnet duo

    Bluebonnet duo

    A nice pair of bluebonnets, led by GP50 3193, lead the 452 local under the CB&Q signals in Naperville.
  6. BNSF 5826

    BNSF 5826

    BNSF ES44AC 5826 leads a eastbound power move under the soon to be replaced signal bridge in Naperville.
  7. Amtrak 154

    Amtrak 154

    Amtrak P42 154 pulls into Naperville with the eastbound Illinois Zephyr. The CB&Q signal bridge is currently in the process of being replaced by new signals.
  8. CB&Q E7 9929A, Naperville, IL, Dec. 1, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q E7 9929A, Naperville, IL, Dec. 1, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy E7 9929A, Naperville, Illinois, December 1, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler. The E7 was built in September 1947 (c/n 4439), and was traded as credit to GE for a U28B in February 1968. It is pictured on the eastbound Train #2, the Galesburg Local, which made all...
  9. CB&Q E8 9977, Naperville, IL, April 28, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q E8 9977, Naperville, IL, April 28, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy E8 9977 at Naperville, Illinois, April 28, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler. It is seen here in charge of a westbound suburban train, known as a Dinky to CB&Q employees. It was built September 1953 as CB&Q E-8 #9977 (c/n 18319), it became BN #9977. Around...
  10. CB&Q GP20 904, Naperville, IL, Oct 2, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q GP20 904, Naperville, IL, Oct 2, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy GP20 904, Naperville, Illinois, October 2, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler. This locomotive was built by EMD during February 1961 (c/n 26575), it became BN 2040, and was retired December 1985. What is commonplace today was unusual in the 1960's. Railroads came to...
  11. CB&Q NE7 13945, Naperville, IL, April  27, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q NE7 13945, Naperville, IL, April 27, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy NE7 13945, built at the CB&Q's Aurora, Illinois shops during September 1914, seen here eastbound at Naperville, Illinois, April 27, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler. Also pictured is NE7 13973, and an unidentified NE12. They all survived the BN merger, 13945...
  12. CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, IL, Dec. 28, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, IL, Dec. 28, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, Illinois, December 28, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler. I contributed this image for use in the Burlington Route Historical Society's 1994 calendar, and here is how it was captioned by Ed DeRouin: "Making The Connection - A westbound train, possible 67-A, a...
  13. CB&Q O-1a #4960, Naperville, IL, August 7, 1961, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q O-1a #4960, Naperville, IL, August 7, 1961, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy O-1a #4960, Naperville, Illinois, August 7, 1961, photo by Chuck Zeiler. This is a black and white negative, but I scanned in on the wrong setting, the result was a sepia tone scan. I thought about desaturating the photo, but I kind of like the tone, so I left...
  14. CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, IL, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, IL, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q FT #110D, Naperville, IL, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler. This is a scan of one of the first color photos I ever shot as I was making the transition from black & white to color, and this is a color negative, I finally settled on color slide film, so I did not take good care of this...
  15. CB&Q E-8 #9943A, Naperville, IL, May 9, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q E-8 #9943A, Naperville, IL, May 9, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad E-8 #9943A, Naperville, IL, May 9, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler. I lived along the Burlington's triple track main line during 1962-1966 in Naperville and I photographed a few trains during that time. One of the memories I have was the shuffle of the...
  16. CB&Q GP-30 977, Naperville, IL, Nov. 29, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q GP-30 977, Naperville, IL, Nov. 29, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad GP-30 977, Naperville, IL, Nov. 29, 1963, photo by Chuck Zeiler. This was the last GP-30 delivered to the CB&Q, built September 1963 (c/n 28299). It became Burlington Northern 2254. By the date of this photo, it was 2 months old. Sorry for the...
  17. CB&Q E-7 #9917B, Naperville, IL, Oct. 10, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    CB&Q E-7 #9917B, Naperville, IL, Oct. 10, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad E-7 #9917B, built November 1945 (c/n 2941), at Loomis Street, Naperville, Illinois, October 10, 1965, photo by Chuck Zeiler. This locomotive was wrecked at south Council Bluffs, IA 10/15/66, I have no further information. This locomotive displays...
  18. BN 9455 passes through Naperville

    BN 9455 passes through Naperville

    BN SD70MAC #9455 and a CSX C40-8 lead a westbound empty coal train through Naperville.
  19. Eastbound Naperville

    Eastbound Naperville

    Eastbound through Naperville. Gotta luv the Racetrack!
  20. Naperville Illinois

    Naperville Illinois

    Autoplant switchmove eastbound into Chicago through Naperville



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