Bangor & Aroostook GP7 72, with GP38 84 and a BL-2.
CNW 4370 switches one of the few remaining industries east of the Milwaukee River near downtown Milwaukee. The crane appears to be a Bucyrus Erie Model 30B, manufactured only a few miles south of ... (more)
Algoma Central 100 sits in the yard awaiting duty September, 1994. The GP7 was built in 1951, and rebuilt into a GP7L in 1978. It later went to the Wisconsin Central and was scrapped in 2004.
Ex-Frisco GEEP C&NW 4364 cab and Leslie 5 chime which was a Frisco trademark.
The Michigan Northern quit operating in 1987 after failed attempts to save the railroad. The Tuscola and Saginaw Bay Railroad took over a small portions of the State owned trackage, that Michigan ... (more)
I hope they all stop! CNW 4490 stops 4 lanes of 55 mph traffic on Historic Hwy 41 in Fond Du Lac as it leads a short train westward to Ripon. This line would only last another year before it was a... (more)
"Route of the 400"...Well is was at one time. CNW 4131 is switching a warehouse on Erie Street in Milwaukee's Third Ward in April of 1983. The Milwaukee Depot was a 1/2 mile north of her... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's Valley Train, led by GP7 573 arrives at Bartlett on the former Maine Central's Mountain Division. Here the 573 will cut off and run around the train for the return trip to... (more)
Ex-PRR Chicago/Valparaiso commuter train in Amtrak's ex-PRR coach yard.
Atlantic Coast Line GP7 100 tied down at the Conrad Yelvington facility in Gainesviile, FL.
Crossing the Sheboygan River in Sheboygan Falls, C&NW 4287 crawls thru town at walking speed. Once part of a thru line to Fond Du Lac, it was systematically cut back to Kohler, only to be partiall... (more)
The summer days are long... the Tuck Trains are not.