Milwaukee Road 261 Steam Gauge.
MILW 261 rounds the curve near Maple Springs with the mighty mississippi as the backdrop.
Pace Shot. The money shot: rods down and blurred. Taken on 261's return to the Dells, and out of the sunroof. Thanks to Joe LeMay for manning the wheel for this shot.
MILW 261 pulls under Milwaukee Intermodal Terminal's train shed.
MILW 261 looks right at home pulling this train today arriving at River Jct.
261 slows, only briefly, as it enters Columbus eastbound.
Tasseling corn frames the 261 as it heads to the Dells.
Racing the setting sun home to Milwaukee after a long day's work, Milwaukee 261 has a clear track ahead.
MILW 261 crosses the Mississippi River on their way back to Minneapolis after a week of excursions in Wisconsin.
MILW 261 has finally made it back to the Twin Cities after a week of excursions in Wisconsin.
MILW 261 rolls into Red Wing for a quick stop. After dropping off a couple passengers, they were on the move again back to Minneapolis.
For most, a storm cell passing over and casting clouds down would be a nuisance. However, for the chasers of MILW 261, it was a relief from constant backlighting and allowed for some brief even li... (more)
Milwaukee 261 eases past the Miller Brewing plant.
Westbound MILW 261 makes like a Hiawatha on jointed rail over the C&M sub 65.5 miles north of Chicago.
Portable strobelight catches the engineer's side of the 261 as the Cedar Rapids sits in the background.