Travelling north, this Chicago & North Western manifest passes Broadway tower in Green Bay, Wisconsin. After clearing a grade crossing of the street with the same name, the train will be in C&NW’... (more)
A trio of SD40-2's take an empty ore train across the Escanaba River in May of 1988. The Interurban actually crossed under the bridge at this point. Unfortunately, this bridge has recently been re... (more)
WARNING! The scanner is alive with warnings from a storm that would spawn 6 tornadoes and dump 4-8" of rain in the area. We would eventually take refuge in a concrete farm tunnel under the Hi... (more)
CNW 4331 has derailed near National Avenue in Milwaukee and is waiting to be re-railed. An snowstorm has piled snow perfectly on the engine before the re-railing crew arrives.
CNW 6901 leads an intermodal outfit departing Fremont in the summer of '96. Trains running through between the CNW and UP-North Platte had to be led by units that were dual-equipped with CNW ATC a... (more)
Crossing Pine Avenue in Milwaukee in Jan of 1984. This bridge would be set on fire by vandals and eventually replaced.
The original GP7. CNW 1518, the original GP7, has been restored to its hi-hood status and is on display in Council Bluffs for the CNWHS convention being held there in 1987.
CNW 4400 heads south with the Cornell wayfreight at Lake Hallie, north of Eau Claire, WI on the CNW's mainline from Eau Claire to Superior, WI. The train operated between Altoona and Cornell via C... (more)
East of Eden. CNW 4467 is powering the local thru Eden, Wisconsin in March of 1988. No longer a thru route, the line ends in Eden and house fill the picture today.
Since last year, the CNW twins have been in storage at the Illinois Railway Museum and spend their days around the museum grounds. Here, they slumber away on a mainly clear night.
CNW 6818 backs onto the interchange track while the GBW Alcos do some switching of their own in Merrilan, WI.
Union Pacific's Denver to Salt Lake City manifest freight overtakes a Utah Railway coal train at Soldier Summit on Oct. 2, 1999.
Location please! CNW's dumper job works the ore yard on a beautiful evening in May of 1986. Only 2 units were needed for this job instead of the usual 3 units on the trains to the mines.
In the winter of 1985/86, the CNW KK River bridge in Milwaukee broke/froze so the CNW had to detour over the MILW/SOO to get to the industries north of the river. Here we see 2 Geeps passing thru ... (more)
Southbound C&NW just south of the bridge over the Milwaukee Road Lacrosse Division with a brace of SD's approaching Potter Road.