A SB CP freight crosses through the barren farm land in northern Kenosha County, assisted by a CSX unit.
A SOO Line survivor leads the local train, CP G61, northbound toward Milwaukee after work at Ardent Mills.
A Kenosha Electric Railway PCC car, still in its original Toronto paint scheme, approaches the METRA station stop on the railway's 1.7 mile loop around the Kenosha harbor area.
One of the Kenosha Electric PCC cars makes another run around the streets of Kenosha.
Kenosha Electric PCC 4609, painted to represent streetcar operations in Pittsburgh, heads west through the streets of Kenosha.
It's the CNW. Really! Soo Line 6607 leads a southbound coal train on CNW's New Line at Bain (Kenosha), WI in November of 1989, while a northbound freight, let by FRVR 2402 waits in the siding. It'... (more)
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Completely by surprise, a classic Mustang passes "Toronto Car" 4610 making a stop at the east end of Street Car loop.
This was Street Car day in Kenosha.
4 cabooses (or is it cabeese?) bring up the rear of a southbound Soo Line train in Kenosha county. I'm not sure if they were being re-assigned or being put into storage.
Kenosha PCC Chicago Car(Green Hornet) crosses Sheridan Road. Kenosha County Court House, 1925 Neo-Classical Revival, and "Moose" Lodge of the same era are in the background.
Kenosha Electric Railway 461 "Toronto Car" nears the main trolley barn along Kenosha's harbor channel.
Kenosha Electric Railway newly painted 4617 in "Muni" San Francisco Municipal Railway paint scheme.
RTA #517 and train in the Kenosha yard before its morning trip to Chicago. The 517 was built as the CNW 5024A in July 1951 and retired on October 1, 1986