WC 731 leads a dogs breakfast of locomotives pulling a coal train past Cut-Off tower in Milwaukee, WI in October of 1988.
WC 6522 is running down an almost snow free Division Street in Oshkosh, WI in January of 1992. Note the Griswold signal guarding the crossing. You would never know this line existed if you were to... (more)
On a nice September evening, WC SD45 7525 sits on display at the IRM.
Adam Farence Photo....
....Adam Farence Photo.
After Canadian National merged the Wisconsin Central in 2001, with the sale approved on September 7, 2001, some of WC’s locomotives soon found themselves gathering in storage lines. On November 12... (more)
WC 6654 brings a cut of ore jennies thru Empire Junction in June of 1997. Once home to CNW FM's and Alco's, regular runs to the Empire Mine have ceased as the mine has closed. Only a limited stock... (more)
I christen thee.....A bottle of champagne breaks on the coupler of WC #1 as it is dedicated to the late Francis J. Wiener in November of 1990. Fran was an avid fan of the Soo Line and later the WC... (more)
WC's eastbound Milwaukee train dropping down Brookfield Hill........Adam Farence Photo.
WC 3021 is in the siding at Rugby Jct. as a pair of horses seems oblivious to their presence. You'd think this was Kentucky, not Wisconsin!
WC 3005 ex-WP 3522 pan shot somewhere in Wisconsin......Adam Farence Photo.
WC 590 shows off its unique lines as it bring a load of limestone into Manitowoc in September of 1989. The "whitewall" wheels are from the quarry where the limestone, destined for a brea... (more)
In a scene that looks vastly different today, WC F45 6654 crests Byron Hill with a southbound freight. This line is now CN and double tracked. Helpers however, are still sometimes used p the hill.
A southbound passenger extra with a rare SDL39 hits the former Milwaukee Road diamonds at Duplainville as the headlight of a WC freight waits in the background for a signal to return to home rail... (more)
Thanks for the 1/2 million views! WC 6359 teams up with an Algoma Central F-unit to switch the yard in Sault Ste. Marie in June of 1997. The International bridge looms in the background.