Southbound Soo Line freight passes Milwaukee Road Operator Don Herrings Ford(49/50?)in the Duplainville Tower parking lot many moon ago!
On a dark, cold, snowless Wisconsin winter day, Burlington Northern’s specially-painted EMD SD60M No. 1991 to honor U.S. troops serving in Operation Desert Storm in the Gulf War. A large seal of t... (more)
Milwaukee Road SD40-2 Nos. 205 and 183, painted in Milwaukee’s last paint scheme, lead a hotshot freight westbound through Duplainville, Wisconsin, on September 28, 1985. It was fall in the midwes... (more)
MILW 362 is about to hammer the Soo Line crossing at Duplainville, WI in February of 1984. The tower and the Milwaukee Road are gone but this is still one of the busiest crossings in Wisconsin, no... (more)
Seven Wisconsin & Southern EMD SD40-2s powers a southbound train through Duplainville, Wisconsin, on Canadian National’s former Wisconsin Central Waukesha Subdivision on April 9, 2016.
Northbound SOO at Duplainville Interlocking back in the good ole days when the Milwaukee Road and the SOO were still the way GOD intended them to be..........
Westbound Amtrak UWM Football special headed for Madison,WI..Worked a bunch of these off the extra board/Hostling back in the 1960's when they were still run with Milwaukee Road's commuter equipme... (more)
Leased machines haul auto loads north through Duplainville.
A snowy meet at Tehachapi? Nope, its winter in Wisconsin as a Southern Pacific taconite ore train powered by a trio of new GE C44-9Ws meets Wisconsin Central train No. 46 led by Santa F... (more)
Powered by a pair of Wisconsin Central’s husky SD45s, WC train No. 242 heads east (south) along Duplainville Road north of Duplainville, Wisconsin, after an early snow on November 11, 1995.
The spirit of Soo Line lives on as 4402 leads CP 3015 and 84 loaded autoracks east towards the CN crossing at Duplainville.
WC 3025 leads train 46 off the WC and onto the Soo Line to get into Milwaukee, WI from Fond Du Lac. On this day the train includes three passenger cars from Quad Graphics, picked up at their plant... (more)
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