SOO GP38-2 4448 waits for service at the Nahant Roundhouse. 4448 now has Remote Control and 2 new strobe lights in additional to the original SOO strobe in the middle.
Soo Line on the Soo Line These two former Soo SD60's are in about run 5 as they shove this ballast train through the tipple at Dresser Trap Rock, Inc. Without a digital speedometer, the eng... (more)
Soo Line on the Soo Line: No your eyes do not deceive you, that is the actual grade of the track leading out of the tipple on the North side. By the time you are loading the last car, you a... (more)
A SOO Line transfer with a passenger GP9 and a GP7 waits for a BN freight with a C&S SD rear unit while a C&NW transfer waits in the distance. Check out that diamond to the left with some through ... (more)
Not far north west of Marshfield between Spokeville and Loyal a SOO freight with one of the Soo Lines few GP7's is about ready to drop down a serious descending grade on the line to Greenwood and ... (more)
SOO 6037 rounds the curve at the base of the Niagara Escarpment with 20 cars.
CP 255 with SOO 6037 leading 7200' of empty multis flies out of the dip east of Puslinch siding.
Southbound at Allenton with a couple of U-Boats.
SOO train 233 on the Milwaukee Road just east of Richfield.
One of the few SOO chop nose GP9's at that time....I forgot the story behind the chop job.
Covered wagon built in 1952.
Covered wagons at Marshfield.
Ex-passenger Geep and GP35 at Marshfield.
Westbound SOO Wabasha switcher.
Westbound SOO Winona Switcher Homer