A pair of dandy Candy Apples bring stacks through Pewaukee.
CN 8879 leads a manifest southbound after crossing the diamond in Duplainville.
A southbound heads for the diamond at Duplainville.
On a mid-April evening, a classic SOO Line leader slings an empty coke train through Pewaukee.
A trio of SD40-2s bring an ethanol train east into Pewaukee.
A colorful lashup heads east with a monster 282 train.
Generations of railroading pass in the night as a new CP GE leads an ethanol train east as a bad-ordered ex-Milwaukee unit sits on the ancient, wobbly, overgrown Stark Candy Spur.
An EMD quartet hums west into the setting sun in Pewaukee.
A trio of SD40 goodness works uphill with a long 277 train.
Two DM&E SD40-3s bring the Sprint Train east through Pewaukee.
Three big GEs gurgle down Duplainville siding to meet a northbound or two.
Big Hole! A nice selection of CN EMDs run elephant style down the main at Duplainville, when suddenly, pop! Emergency stop. The long train blocked two small roads and one major county highway.
Three units haul two empties up to Duplainville where they will pick up more cars and head for Ackerville.
SOO 6062 and 6051 lead the eastbound 182 through Duplainville (Pewaukee), closing in on Milwaukee.
After nearly 46 years of faithful service on this line, former Milwaukee Road 190 (with her true colors showing through), leads yet another train on the old Milwaukee.