After allowing the SB Empire Builder to thread between them, CP Train 198 meets CP Train 199 just south of the Sturtevant interlocking plant.
A snow-encrusted nose on the P42 brings Chicago-bound Train 336 into the Sturtevant Amtrak Station during a week of snow in Wisconsin.
Amtrak's SB afternoon Milwaukee-St. Louis train, the Prairie State, calls at the old Sturtevant depot on a beautiful spring afternoon. The 406 started life as the Milwaukee Road 30C.
GM&O 103A is stopped at the Sturtevant, WI depot with an Amtrak train in March of 1973. Bob Ferge Kodachrome from my collection.
Adam Farence Photo
Canadian Pacific's "Royal Canadian" business train rolls south through Sturtevant, WI along the old Milwaukee Road. CP's attractive set of covered wagons provide the power as the sun made an appea... (more)
Hey Mack! CSXT 594 approaches the Amtrak depot in Sturtevant, WI as an old Mack truck watches in the distance. Fall colors are somewhat muted this year as the train heads south on CP's (ex-MILW) C... (more)
CP 6248 meets Amtrak Hiawatha 337 with the Veterans Unit trailing at the Sturtevant, WI Amtrak depot on October 20, 2017.
IDTX 4620 pushes Amtrak Hiawatha 338 out of the Sturtevant, WI depot on October 20, 2017.
A scar-faced P42, ahead of the normal NPCU, brings a southbound Hiawatha Service train into Sturtevant on the northbound main track. Apparently, the P42 was added to accommodate the bad-order NPC... (more)
RCPE 6457 leads a CP freight thru Sturtevant, WI on September 20, 2015. Foreign power sometimes seems to outnumber CP power on any given day.
Brand new Siemens Charger 4620 leads Amtrak Hiawatha #337 into the Sturtevant depot on September 3, 2017.
Amtrak Veteran's unit 90221 pauses at the Sturtevant Amtrak depot as it brings up the tail end of Hiawatha #337 on September 3, 2017.
CP 2297 blasts thru Sturtevant, WI with a local Patrol (their term for wayfreight) on July 27, 2017.
Amtrak is breaking in their Siemens SC-44 Chargers on Amtrak's Haiwatha's between Milwaukee and Chicago as seen on train #338. Unfortunately, they are not yet leading.