Under a backdrop of grain elevators, an eastbound freight led by Milwaukee Road EMD SD40-2 No. 137 slowly works its way through Muskego Yard in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on December 6, 1986. A little ... (more)
The Oneida & Western was a railroad without track. Due to the Louisville & Nashville’s inability to supply sufficient empty cars and power, the Shamrock Coal Company bought its own cars and SD40-2... (more)
T004 has stopped at Vickerman Road, just East of Milton. Tthey will cut off holding on to the head block of grain, and spot it at the ethanol plant, which is just over a mile to the West.
T004 is only a few miles from Milton where they will stop the train to do work.
Grain elevators are major business to the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad, as T004 rolls past WSOR customer CPI.
A lone SD40-2 brings the short local freight up the mountain shortly after sunrise, on it's way to work some businesses in Dallas.
Holding the red in Seattle's Golden Gardens Park at Shilshole Bay, awaiting the passage of Amtrak No. 8, the eastbound Empire Builder. Burlington Northern SD40-2 No. 7904 and No. 3047 bookend LMX ... (more)
WAMX 4171 leads a trio of SD40-2s past the Whitewater depot on Wisconsin's first rail line.
Engineer Matt Heeren grabs another notch as he takes his train West towards Whitewater.
With a fresh crew aboard, WSOR T004 bombs through Eagle.
CSX O806 has stopped so that the conductor can throw the switch before entering the Welcome Yard Secondary Track.
A trio of veteran second generation EMDs shove Taconite loads onto CN's Dock 6 for dumping in evening light in Duluth, MN.
MILW 183 shows of its fresh paint as it crosses the Menomonee River near Valley Park in Milwaukee, WI in February of 1984.