Even a peachy SD70MAC looks good with the bluffs along the Mississippi south of La Crosse, WI.
A BNSF stack train heads east on the Goose Island causeway just south of La Crosse.
The Chicago Terminal cuts off its gondola and heads for big bay lumber to pick up a loaded centerbeam before returning north. The Terminal runs here to Goose Island as needed, usually 1 or 2 times... (more)
The Chicago Terminal makes a run to Big Bay Lumber, running down the center of Kingsbury Avenue.
The Chicago Terminal takes to the streets of Goose Island as it heads to pick up a empty from Big Bay Lumber. Thanks to Andrew Wodziak for letting me know they were going to run.
What does it take to get rid of a stubborn pile of snow and ice? A Bobcat, two forklifts, two crew members, and some employees at Big Bay lumber. What does it take to get one of those forklifts un... (more)
Yes, that is a passenger train on Goose Island. In a scene probably never seen before, and almost surely never to be seen again, the Chicago Terminal's Goose Island job carries private varnish on ... (more)
A BNSF Stack from Blair Terminal Tacoma to Cicero Yard Chicago rolls past Goose Island south of La Crosse, WI
BNSF 2750 East, rolls past Goose Island on it's way to the days S/Os and P/Us.
Brand new BNSF GEVOs help power tonight's Z train from Chicago to South Seattle.
BNSF 6363 East rolls past Goose Island as it heads for Chicago.
A set of power leads a stack train pass the bluff at Goose Island.
BNSF 814 leads a train with more locomotives than cars past the bluffs near Goose Island.