WSOR business train waits for a southbound BNSF freight to pass. Parent Watco moved this train to its Stillwater Central yard in Oklahoma City in March 2013 shortly after purchasing the Wisconsin... (more)
Wisconsin and Southern's passenger train lays over for the weekend across from Kansas City Union Station as an eastbound BNSF stack train takes the green signal just east of the depot on 11/15/13.... (more)
With the WSOR now being part of the Watco family, the business train has been on Watco properites in Oklahona and Kansas recently.Here the fancy looking train sits in front of the SKOL depot in Ch... (more)
WSOR business train moves south through Camp Grant,IL. headed for Davis Jct. and the Canadian Pacific Ry..
WSOR 101 creeps along Illinois Railway's Rockford Branch at 10 MPH, its M3 airhorn singing beautifully.
Headed west down the former IC&E mainline to CP's Nahant (Davenport, IA) Yard, and ultimately Kansas City and Oklahoma, the Wisconsin & Southern business train is looking good at Leaf River as the... (more)
WSOR 101 (ex-MILW 32A) and remnants of the WSOR business train move south on the Illinois Ry(ex-CB&Q) on its way to the CP mainline at Davis Junction,Il..
The WSOR business train contrasts nicely with the snow, as it rolls through Stillman Valley.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, one of the Wisconsin & Southern's covered wagons and matching business train head south through Davis Junction, closing in on the former IC&E mainline to Nahant Yard a... (more)
Who knows how long this gem will survive. Taken on explicit railroad property with permission/PPE worn.
WSOR 101 with three cars makes a deadhead move to Zenda where it ran out to Monroe the following day.
On 11-11-11, WSOR deadheaded their classy passenger train from Horicon to Madison, WI. Here she waltzes through the small college town of Whitewater, WI.
The WSOR inspection train with VIP's touring the newly rehabbed Madison sub pass some lingering colors in McFarland.
A Deadhead run to get the train in place for Mondays run on a rehabbed line out of Madison, Wisconsin.