A pair of IC SD40-3s have shoved another train up .99% grade of Byron Hill. Once the come to a stop, they will cut away and head back to Shops in Fod Du Lac.
On May 25, 1985, Soo Line tested Electro-Motive Division’s brand new SD60 demonstrators on a train south out of Shops yard at North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. A train of 111 loads and four empties we... (more)
EJ&E 656 and IC 6202 head north back to Shops South after shoving a manifest over Byron Hill.
A repainted GTW GP38-2 leads CN L508 north up Byron Hill.
In nice morning light, a pair of veteran SD40-2W's head down Byron hill as a fellow railfan captures the action.
A four-pack of NS SD70ACe-variants lead a southbound sand train over Byron Hill.
Two IC SD40-3s head back to Shops South Fond du Lac after shoving a train over Byron Hill.
IC 6202 and 6203, both deathstars with Operation Lifesaver decals, complete their shove of M336 during the golden hour.
GTW 5857 does its best Alco impression as it thunders up Byron hill with the Quad Graphics local.
M336 heads south up Byron hill as a pair of Illinois Central death stars lend a helping shove at County Highway B.
EJ&E 656 and CN 5286 shine in the last rays of sunshine as they lead L510 through Byron, bound for Fond du Lac.
CN 2871 leads a southbound stack train up Byron Hill, south of Fond Du Lac, WI.
A short northbound local is tied down just south of Byron with GTW 5812 on the point.
CN 2888 south has just crested Byron Hill, and will proceed about a mile further where the rear pushers will come off.