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.
With a GP40-2 trailing, CN 4100 leads the 508 turn on the Waukesha Sub as it's about to make record time up Byron Hill southbound for Quad Lomira.
A tattered SD75 leads this regional manifest south through Fond du Lac
Sneaking up on Valley, this southbound manifest readies for its helper power to lash on for the attack on Byron Hill.
An aging GT Geep brings the Quad switch out of Fond du Lac.
Rounding the bend at County Highway B, these leaders are pulling hard at full throttle as they begin their climb up Byron Hill.
A446 has just left Shops Yard and slowly guides a junk manifest through town.
A standard cab Dash-8 guides 446 up the start of Byron Hill among familiar Wisconsin farm country
A former Oakway SD60 rides point on 346 this afternoon with an eclectic lash of CN, BCOL, and NS power.