Long December nights: The glow of city lights in the Milwaukee area reflect off low clouds as Wisconsin Central GP30 No. 711 sits at the west (north) end of Duplainville siding on the snowless nig... (more)
The Wisconsin Central badge makes a visit to the Deep South as it awaits classification at the CSX’s Tilford Yard.
Wisconsin Central meet of more SD45s…the brakeman off 6612 holding the CTC mainline is on the ground to inspect 6614 as it rolls in the siding at Anton, Wisc.
Wisconsin Central 6511 East, WCO 35, is picking up loads of pulpwood at Trout Lake, Mich. and has set out three SDL39's it had earlier in the trip on Sept. 18, 1993. The SD45s are crossing back a... (more)
On the original old Soo Line across Upper Michigan to Sault Ste. Marie, Wisconsin Central's eastbound WCO-35 has two not-yet-repainted SD45's and three SDL39's at Manistique, Mich. on Sept. 18, 19... (more)
Behind two of its ubiquitous SD45's of a roster of 93 of them, Wisconsin Central 6605 South blasts through Allenton, Wis.
The last remaining WC GP40 in WC paint rolls down the CN Waukesha Subdivision to which it used to call home.
A WC SD45 with train just rode out a thunder storm on its way south to Schiller Park.
Not a pair of locomotives you can find just any where... The WC unit began life as BN 6539 in 1971. The MN&S is a DT6-6-2000 and was built 12/48.
An ex Santa Fe F45 heads up a loaded all rail taconite train on it's way South out of Superior
Wisconsin Central train No. 2 trundles through Van Dyne, Wisconsin, on the pretty afternnon of November 6, 1994. The train is powered by a pair of SD45s, Nos. 6587 and 6677.
WC 6555 and 6586 trundle through the snow with ore loads south of Little Lake during the winter of 1997.
WC train 135 drops downgrade at the west end of Soo yard lead by 2554 and AC 1750, 1754. A snowbank gave me the elevation for the photo which says a whole lot about Sault Ste. Marie in the winter.... (more)