WC 6555 and 6586 trundle through the snow with ore loads south of Little Lake during the winter of 1997.
WC train 135 drops downgrade at the west end of Soo yard lead by 2554 and AC 1750, 1754. A snowbank gave me the elevation for the photo which says a whole lot about Sault Ste. Marie in the winter.... (more)
Storming out of Duplainville, Wisconsin, after making a pick up, Wisconsin Central train No. 47 hurries by near sunset on August 5, 1995. WC No. 2557 is a former Chicago and North Western locomoti... (more)
Southbound train 6 is pulling into the yard at Hawk Junction with a fairly long train lead by 6633 and 2252. The GP30 was uncommon in WC Canadian service as its lack of operable dynamic brakes lim... (more)
A loaded ore train from the Minorca taconite plant in Minnesota heads for Escanaba behind a pair of WC SD45s.
Only three of the 700 series ex Soo GP-30's ever received a full WC paint job. The Alco type B trucks and some issues with crispy electrical cabinets doomed them to be some of the first power WC d... (more)
WC 7511 and 2061 pass through a Chilly Trout Lake on an sunny early January afternoon with the Tilden empties.
SORE-3 slows for a meet just ahead at Little Lake. Power is 6507 and 6656 on this bright February afternoon.
WC 4007,4004,715 rolling toward Junction City with train 17 consisting of 52 cars on this sunny October afternoon.
Train 41 is backing around the connection and will soon be heading for Marquette with 30 cars in WC's first winter. The ex MP GP35m's arrived without their turbo's re-rated to 2000hp and had effec... (more)
WC 7513 heads west at Ishpeming with rock loads in the spring of 2002. Notice the signals have been deactivated and turned away from the track on this once busy section of joint LS&I/WC/CNW line.
A pair of WC SD45s move a train of red (natural) iron ore south towards Chicago. The ore was headed for the Gary Works via the EJ&E.
Another winter is slowly coming to an end as WC 6595 and 6604 lead ore loads to Escanaba under a threatening sky near Brampton.
A former Algoma Central geep is on one end of a remote set as the Ashland Turn drops off a boxcar of copper for the refinery at White Pine.
After the FRV was bought by WC quite a few Ex FRV units continued to work CNW jobs PRANA/ANPRA between Quinnesec and Green Bay. This was to pay back HP hours to CNW for WC using big CNW power sout... (more)