Next week a man convicted in one of Guevara’s most dubious cases will be in court for what could be his last chance at freedom. Will prosecutors continue fighting to keep Roberto Almodovar behind bars?
of those unique Western Maryland chopped nose GP9’s glides past us as
it shoves its caboose through the connection track from the BRC to the
B&OCT at 75th St tower in Chicago. The crew has just delivered a
transfer run to Clearing Yard and are now returning to Barr Yard, two
engines and a caboose.”
Remember These at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry? by Marty Bernard Via Flickr: Two scans from slides in Roger Puta’s Reject Box.
CB&Q Pioneer Zephyr 9900 on July 7, 1962. This is America’s first diesel-powered streamliner. Next to it is the German U505 submarine.
The Zephyr has been renovated has a display area in the parking garage. I went to Google Earth and Google Street View but can see neither the Greman U-Boat nor the Santa Fe Steam Engine.
Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago, Illinois by email@example.com Jordan Smith Via Flickr: America’s most heavily visited museum, with 3,000,000 guests annually. This popular tourist spot, located at 57th Street on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan, is often called the “Do-It-Yourself Museum” because of the large number of audience participation features in its various exhibits.
Caption: “The Chicago, West Pullman, and
Southern was a short industrial railroad that barely strayed from its
home on Chicago’s East Side and South Deering. But it was sure neat to
see. EMD switchers in a nice red and cream paint scheme, then blue and
white paint, made up the roster, also including a sharp Bi-Cen switcher.
I would say that this fresh caboose was done in the railroad’s ‘Blue