New and Old: this is New York Central GM EMD FL9 #2013, the previous generation of dual-power (Diesel Electric & Third Rail Electric) locomotive replaced by the GE P32DM seen on the left. Description from budd-rdc.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images
A famous name train which operated for many years between Chicago and Milwaukee, the North Shore Line's "Electro-liner" stands on elevated railway track in the Roosevelt Road Yard, Chicago on January 18, 1963.
Chicago Union Station is the third-busiest rail terminal in the United States, after Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station, both in New York City. It is Amtrak's overall fourth-busiest station. It handles approximately 120,000 passengers on an average weekday and is one of Chicago’s most iconic structures, reflecting the city’s strong architectural heritage and historic achievements.
Ruins of the old Castle Tänythdo, the castle of the Tanythdö family, when they reigned above ground and not in the third realms. This location is situated in some of the more mountainous and woodded areas of the Keletanic Dimension, on the main landmass.