Eight year old Wisconsin Central had really come into its own by 1995. It was doing a superb job of providing local customers with top-notch service, but it was also growing, having gained access ... (more)
WC 6005 is a one of a kind unit on Wisconsin Central. The railroad had only one, acquired with the purchase of Algoma Central. It is shown at North Fond Du Lac looking much like it did on the ACR ... (more)
One of several southbound intermodal trains on the Waukesha subdivision leaves Shops Yard with the help of two EMD SD70M-2's.
CN 2945 rounds the curve at Lost Arrow Road and starts to climb Byron Hill.
This full cowl bends south out of North Fond du Lac and Shops Yard headed for BRC.
WC train 243 has just completed its run from Chicago to North Fond du Lac led by WC's sole FP45 no. 6652. WC breathed new life into this unit along with several F45s and a healthy group of former ... (more)
About as rare as anything EMD could be, especially in 1992, former BN (CBQ) and Southern SD24s and an SD35 glide a freight from Green Bay into Fond Du Lac for switching prior to delivering the tra... (more)
Dark Side- Dark Future, CSX SD80Mac makes a welcome appearance on the CN Waukesha Sub, rolling down the foot of Byron Hill at Valley. Hwy 151 is vaulted on this new bridge, try not to stair at the... (more)
BNSF power scores the lead this morning as this regional manifest works its way south to start the climb up Byron Hill.
The 508 turn makes its way back down Byron Hill to return to Shops Yard after dropping off its daily load of boxcars to Quad Graphics in Lomira.
This stack train adds some color, as it begins the climb up Byron Hill, to an otherwise bland early spring scene in rural Wisconsin farm country.
As this manifest flies down Byron Hill northbound for Shops Yard, the sun starts to fade away on this frigid March day.
A CN unit and a UP unit accelerate through town past the former home of the Winnebago Cheese Company.