|Jon Romo posted|
Judging from the land scars in the satellite image, there used to be connections in all of the quadrants except the northeast. But looking at a 1938 photo, the only connection was in the tower's quadrant. Buildings had to be torn down to make the southeast quadrant connection that we see today.
|1938 Aerial Photo from ILHAP|
|David M Laz posted|
[This is the same photo that is in CRJ.]
|Bill Molony posted|
The EJ&E - C&EI interlocking tower at Chicago Heights, Illinois - June 6, 1981.
Bill Molony posted again
|Donny Albertson posted|
Ever take a shot and have the sun peek out at just the right time? Well this wasn't one of those times, and it's my only EJ&E shot too. A pair of SD38-2's cross the MP at Chicago Heights IL at Jay tower on 26MAR1990.
|Mark Llanuza posted|
Its 1988 at Chicago Hts tower.
Mark Llanuza posted again
Zaky Joseph When the tracks, locomotives and tower were all the "J".
See Railroad Hub for a couple of contemporary trains going through Jay Junction.