Chicago and North Western GP15-1 No. 4410 leads the circus train along the shore of scenic Devils Lake, Wisconsin, enroute to Milwaukee for the ever-popular circus parade through the streets of th... (more)
A CNW GP50 and pair of UP SD40-2s are headed southeast on the IHB with a stack train headed toward the Harbor's Blue Island Yard. Tom Golden photo.
A cold winter rain falls upon a set of Chicago and North Western coal train power laying over at Butler Yard on a December 1983 night. The C&NW SD40-2 is joined by two run-through Burlington North... (more)
A late afternoon northbound freight. The track and engines are now history.
Chicago and North Western in the mountains: A former C&NW AC4400CW teams up with a Southern Pacific locomotive of the same model on a westbound Union Pacific coal empty at Cliff, Colorado, on a pr... (more)
A Chicago and North Western inspection train curves out of Clyman Junction, Wisconsin, in October 1983. C&NW just rebuilt this line from Clyman Junction through Watertown to Jefferson Junction to ... (more)
Darrell Land photo.
Under the wires, a rare "revenue" move of UP equipment comes off the IRM mainline and into station track two.
Busy times at Saunders: A C&NW train pulls up to the signals by the Wis. Hwy. 35 overpass and stops. Then a Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range transfer freight pulls up and and backs into the siding. ... (more)
Shot off the Rte 20 overpass in Elgin, CNW 8701 is seen crossing the Fox River with UP's Family Days 400 special.
CNW 8701 departs the IRM for West Chicago, Elmhurst and downtown Chicago.
This southbound train is about to cross a Milwaukee Road spur after picking up some loads of pulpwood. Note the semaphore signal protecting the diamond. Kodachrome II film.
CNW 8701 heads westbound past the semaphores at Karsten's Crossing.
CNW 8701 arrives station track 2 with the excursion train from Belvidere as the 411 prepares to depart on station track 1 for Kishwaukee Grove.
CNW 8701 sits on track 5 with the "UP Family Days 400" special for IRM as some of the everyday commuters dont even notice it.