Racing west to Milwaukee, I don't know why number boards are such an issue with these NPCU's.
Running wrong main, 298's train rolls eastbound.
Hiawatha service train rounds the curve under Highway 165.
Assigned to the rock job out of Racine for years now, the 1943 shows her fading patches over the classic SSW / SP paint.
With the flanges sqealing, power from 807's train runs around the outer loop before being tied down.
The evening "Z" heads north.
The Pleasant Prairie empties begin the crawl out of the plant.
198's train takes the curve with just a small number of loads up front and the rest empty wells.
Coke loads roll south with a 4,500' long train.
HIAWATHA service rolls inbound to Chicago.
An ex-SOO repaint leads two other Geeps on a 7800' long train.
The high tech EC-5 rolls north on the way to Milwaukee.
Eastbound through "The Prairie"...
Did they forget to finish the white stripe?
Fresh from a scrubbing, the 90225's markers burn bright on yet another trip to Milwaukee.