Colorful but aged GEs tug a hefty 446 through town.
A CNW E8 crosses Scott Street in Fond Du Lac, WI with what is probably train #153. Bob Ferge Kodachrome from my collection.
CN SD70M-2 8893 departs Fond Du Lac with southbound A446.
An IC SD40-2 and a CN SD40-2W head south towards Byron, WI to shove A446 over the massive hill.
CN A446 heads south in Fond du Lac, WI.
Soo Line observation car X1413, formerly the Winnipeg, is being used in work train service, shown here at Shops Yard in Fond Du Lac, WI in November of 1983. The car was eventually purchased and sh... (more)
The afternoon Byron Hill shover power, 5000 HP of the EMD variety and 1 of the actual Horse variety, run down the hill back toward Shops Yard in North Fond du Lac to await their next assignment.
WC 6553 takes a slight detour around a de-railed Soo Line boxcar as it departs Fond Du Lac, WI in September of 1993.
A train composed solely of empty centerbeams glides down the Byron Hill through the Church Road automatics before it will hold at Valley interlocking due to congestion in the yard at Fond du Lac
Alco's and wig-wags, what a combination! CNW 6722 enters the North Fond Du Lac, WI yard in April of 1976. Fran Wiener photo from my collection.
IC SD40-3's 6203 and 6202 lend a helping hand to X348 as they begin their assault on Byron Hill.
CNW's Eden Turn, powered by a pair of Geeps, switches the yard in Fond Du Lac, WI in March of 1988. The train, led by CNW 4467, will soon head south back to Butler.
CNW's Eden Turn, led by GP9 #4554, switches the Fond Du Lac, WI yard in July of 1988. CNW's DTC Block signboard is to the left of the locomotive. The Soo Line yard is just left of the DTC sign.
CNW 964 departs the North Fond Du Lac, WI yard in May of 1986. These SD45's had an unusual look thanks to their lack of dynamic brakes.