Chicago and North Western’s Janesville to Chicago freight crosses the Tiffany Bridge over Turtle Creek at Tiffany, Wisconsin, on the morning of August 12, 1995. Powering the eastbound train are th... (more)
Chicago and North Western’s Janesville to Chicago freight crosses the Tiffany Bridge over Turtle Creek at Tiffany, Wisconsin, on the morning of July 29, 1995. This view is from wading into Turtle ... (more)
The "Lips" rolls over a swollen Turtle Creek, just out of the Janesville terminal. On this day, they are scheduled to work Clinton, WI., and then take a connection to an hour's worth of 10mph ru... (more)
The Nelsons, taking a cue from a couple other railfans, pulled up their pant cuffs and waded out into Turtle Creek to capture this Nickel Plate special, eastbound on the CNW. Behind the engine ar... (more)
Crossing an ex-CNW bridge, empty Herzog ballast cars are forwarded by the UP to the WSOR at Janesville for loading of the famous "pink lady" ballast, quarried near Reedsburg, WI.
UP still employs an old CNW caboose on the rear end of the LIPs train, facilitating back-up moves.
The LIPS train is headed home for the day, nearing the Janesville yard as it crosses Turtle Creek on the 5-span stone arch bridge.
The babbling brook of Turtle Creek is alive once again with the sounds of Spring, interrupted by the "LIPS" overhead, returning home to Janesville after a day's work
The B train makes it's afternoon appearance at Turtle Creek...
Patched SP unit brings up the markers on the UP local over the bridge over Turtle Creek. This bridge was built with hand labor in 1869, but for some concrete & steel upgrades in the '30s remains ... (more)
UP local crosses Turtle Creek on a 5-span stone arch bridge on the way to a days work.
The flag unit leads the B train on the bridge over bubbling Turtle Creek. In 2002 #9448 was perhaps the only unit in this class of GE's that got the flag. If you want to see all five arches of t... (more)
UP local shoves across the bridge at Turtle Creek returning to Janesville yard after their daily work. 1360 & 1362 are ex Rio Grande geeps.
Patched SP units and UP repainted ex-WP unit lead the local over the bridge at Tiffany.
UP repositions surplus autoracks to Janesville via the Harvard sub, crossing Turtle Creek on the impressive stone arch bridge built in 1869 using hand labor.