CN 2638 leads A446 south up Byron Hill.
CN 2242 leads X346 south through the small town of Byron.
EJ&E SD38-2 656 and IC 6202 shove on the rear of CN M342 up Byron Hill.
BNSF 5532 (C44-9W) with trailing locomotives BNSF 7563 (ES44DC) and BNSF 5173 (C44-9W) take a cut of sand cars south on CN'S Waukesha Subdivision under the new signal bridge at Highway Y.
Help us! Soo Line 4230 and a GP30 are helpers on a Lake States coal train as they push it up Byron Hill in August of 1987. This line is now double track thru this area and owned by the CN.
A former Chicago & Northwestern GE C40-8 leads a CN freight train north on the approach to Byron Hill. The train is headed for Fond du Lac, Wis., from the Chicago area.
New Southern Pacific GE C44-9W No. 8194 leads a southbound Wisconsin Central taconite ore train up Byron Hill at Byron, Wisconsin, on February 26, 1995. Trailing No. 8194 is an eclectic trio of EM... (more)
Double tracking the hill! WC 586 (a rare ex-MILW SDL39) is cresting Byron Hill in Byron, WI in November of 1999. Business is good enough that the WC is double tracking the hill. The grade is compl... (more)
In a scene that looks vastly different today, WC F45 6654 crests Byron Hill with a southbound freight. This line is now CN and double tracked. Helpers however, are still sometimes used p the hill.
CN's L508 Quad Graphics local gets back on the main at County Rd Y as a band of strong storms push east. The train will head north over Byron Hill back to Shops Yard at Fond Du Lac. This local run... (more)
A pair of GP9RM's (CN 4100 and CN 4028) lead today's local back to Shops Yard after setting out cars at Quad Graphics.
Northbound CN 2838 approaches the Byron crossing with a cut of empty oil tankers.
Northbound CN 8948 one of many intermodal trains on the Canadian National's Waukesha Subdivision rolls downhill toward Fond du Lac.
Northbound CN2903 approaches Fond du Lac County Highway Y on a warm spring evening.
An intermodal train climbs Byron Hill under the lead power of two relatively clean Canadian National GE's.