A southbound trio of ponies lead 342 up to the crest of Byron Hill, while BC Rail power leads 347 northbound on the downhill run into Fond du Lac.
An eclectic lash leads 346 up the grade at Byron with the lead 3 units and 1 pusher giving it all they've got at a steady 10 mph.
The Quad Graphics local turn works to back down the siding off the main
A standard cab Dash-9 leads a northbound freight towards Fond du Lac.
With the SD75's working overtime these days, this manifest has crested Byron Hill and continues south as it approaches the Quad-Lomira siding
The local 510 job rolls south back into the Quad-Lomira siding.
With an emphasis on coil cars, the local Fond du Lac/Waukesha turn makes its way north down Byron Hill after interchanging with the WSOR in Ackerville.
The morning light warms Byron Hill as this iconic climb sees yet another southbound CN manifest crest its peak.
With a total of 12,400 horsepower at the head end, and another 3,000 at the tail with IC 6203 pushing, this manifest makes quick work of one of the steepest grades in Wisconsin.
IC 1028 gets the assignment to lead the assault on Byron Hill this afternoon. Unfortunately the unit is riddled with problems after sitting for months of no duty, but the climb up the hill is, fo... (more)
An Ex-Con under the Cheddar Curtain! For whatever reason, SD80MAC #7200 has found it's way to the head end of a northbound CN manifest as it throttles up to make the final short pull from Byron Hi... (more)
A late 510 train lumbers north past Quad Graphics in Lomira as it gets ready to descend Byron Hill
The local Quad Graphics job puts on an Alco-esque smoke show as it leads a drag of loaded boxcars up Byron Hill past a stalled out Q116 stack train.
M342 is about the crest Byron Hill in record time thanks to a trio of Dash-9 helpers lashed on to the rear helping the manifest push over the grade
An empty CWR train makes its way north toward Shops Yard in Fond du Lac.