Amtrak train No. 4 is departing from the station in Naperville, Illinois, and is about to cross over to the center track for the run into Chicago.
I made this image of the motive power consist because I found it interesting how there are three distinct locomotives represented.
On the point is a P40DC locomotive with the fading stripes that are original to those units, but which proved to be short lived on Amtrak.
In the middle is a P32-8 wearing its striking and original livery that proved to be unique to these locomotives.
And the third unit is an F40PH in the Phase III livery. At the time, F40s were still commonplace, but starting to fade from the roster.
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