Brakie - glad you enjoy them. Yes, that's a wye that's built into the yards, and one leg is a siding that feeds all the local industries NW serves on the East side of town, except Staleys, the factory adjacent to the yards that's seen in many of hte photo's. I'll try to go for a wlak by sometime int he next few weeks, whenever I get a chance on a nice day, and get some better shots of the tracks and how it all ties together. Not to worry, Mikey, in IN you can still shoot cabeese with a camera anytime. If you use a rifle, you need to get permission, unless they are on your property and not on a right of way That's right, Robin, I fire away as a drive by and don't even know what's in the yards or if I got any good pics until I get to work and have a look. I drive a large van, so I have to extend my right arm all the way and lean a little to get good shots and not get too much of hte window frame. I've shot a few out the front, but it's usually too far away and I can't zoom in and compose.