A SOO Line survivor leads the local train, CP G61, northbound toward Milwaukee after work at Ardent Mills.
The afternoon Byron Hill shover power, 5000 HP of the EMD variety and 1 of the actual Horse variety, run down the hill back toward Shops Yard in North Fond du Lac to await their next assignment.
CNW 8055 crosses the Flambeau River in Ladysmith, WI in November of 1990. This seasonal ore train to Escanaba, MI is operating on WC (ex-SOO) line trackage.
UW Football special passes Duplainville at 70mph headed to Madison,WI. for Breeze Terrance and Camp Randall Stadium.
GM&O 103A is stopped at the Sturtevant, WI depot with an Amtrak train in March of 1973. Bob Ferge Kodachrome from my collection.
It's just another day on the Cornell local out of Altoona, WI. The rear brakeman throws the switch back to the main after a meet with train 406 at Koll siding on Chippewa Falls' south side. The tr... (more)
A pair of ECOs yank a pair of Milwaukee Road ballast cars west over the stick rail of the WSOR's Waterloo Sub before making a stop at the Michels pit.
CNW 4071C has just crossed the KK River and is approaching Tower BA with a passenger train for Chicago in January of 1970. This area of Milwaukee is known as Bay View and was extremely busy at one... (more)
CNW's Wiscona, WI tower in December of 1965. The line west went to Butler and the Adams line, north and east went to Green Bay via the Airline and the Shoreline, while south went to Milwaukee and ... (more)
An eastbound hotshot for Chicago crosses the river bridge at Prescott, Wisconsin.
An Amtrak Turboliner crosses over at Lake in Milwaukee, WI with train #326 in November of 1976. Bob Bullermann photo from my collection.
GBW caboose #14 waits for the crew to finish switching the car ferry in Kewaunee, WI before heading back to Green Bay in October of 1986. The unused ferry Arthur Atkinson rests in the background.
Soo Line caboose #8 trails a Lake States train travelling along Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in April of 1987. Not a trace of the railroad remains here today.