Soo Line caboose #8 trails a Lake States train travelling along Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in April of 1987. Not a trace of the railroad remains here today.
WC 6522 trundles down Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in January of 1992. Nary a trace of this line exists today as the CN uses the ex-CNW line just east of here.
WC 3006 crosses the Fox River in Oshkosh, WI in January of 1992.
I watched a lot of fish caught that day, this was the first train I caught after 6 hours of waiting
WC 6501 crosses the Fox River in Oshkosh in January of 1992. This was the original Soo Line alignment that was abandoned in favor of the ex-CNW bridge east of here. The new route also eliminated O... (more)
After a few blocks of street running, WC 6523 is splitting the signals at Division Street and Church Avenue in Oshkosh, WI in March of 1992. Ahead is the crossing of the Fox River. Not a trace of ... (more)
WC 6522 is running down an almost snow free Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in January of 1992. Note the Griswold signal guarding the crossing. You would never know this line existed if you were to... (more)
Street running! One of Soo Line's most famous locations was the street running along Division Street in Oshkosh. The WC inherited the line as exemplified here by train #2 running with DM&IR power ... (more)
Running slightly later than normal, CN train L588 eases over the Oshkosh Bridge over a very still Fox River.
Canadian Nation crews float in finishing spans of new lift bridge over the Fox River at Oshkosh.
WSOR 3801 has finished switching Oshkosh and is about to head back to Horicon with a healthy train. Most of the WSOR GP-38's are now off the property.
Eastbound at Oshkosh with an ex MP SD40 trailing. Definitely not a nice day to be up on a pole or in a bucket!