#311 leads #2 across the Wisconsin River bridge and into Wisconsin Rapids Yard.
#2 accelerates east through Marshland after working the BN interchange at East Winona.
#322 leads train #1 as it departs Black Creek.
#322, 320 and 319 rest between assignments. These three units were part of the five rebuilt "Hornells" purchased by the GB&W in 1980.
#314 brings #2 into Wisconsin Rapids.
426 TT westbound across the Sugar Creek bridge toward Franklin Steel. The creek is spelled with two words, and the borough is spelled with one.
What was once a common sight, now long gone are the Alcos on New Brighton bound trains, now returns with a pair of them for the WC corn extra. 313 is Ex GBW, still retains the same number (and num... (more)
426 returns from exchange with the OC&T and kicks up some dust and belches out some exhaust crossing Quaker Dr.
A beautiful day to railfan the WNYP 426. The 426 is heading across Oil Creek in Oil City, PA.
426 comes off of the Oil Creek bridge with flanges squealing as it goes into the tight curve at McDonald's. After this, the conductor will throw the switch and 426 will reverse the whole way arou... (more)
A freshly repainted #312 leads #2 through the sweeping curve west of Independence.
Train #2 arrives at Wisconsin Rapids while the yard job worked by RS-20 #308 waits in the clear.
The Plover Way Freight gets its train off the scale track prior to heading east for Plover.
A former SP&S Alco C425 switches cars among the eclectic collection of equipment at the Whippany Railway Museum.
M&E C425 4264 switches passenger cars behind a former Lackawanna semaphore.