The WC GP40 class unit rolls southbound on home rails toward Waukesha Wisconsin. Only a handfull of these units are still running on the CN, catch them while you can...
Setting out the train at Duplainville.
Northbound CN train flies past the IC 6201 which waits for the next rock train out of Duplainville.
A pair of fallen flag locomotives rolls across a small stream on its way to Duplainville Yard to set out it's train and the IC 6201 before the WC 3000 rolls back south to Waukesha Wisconsin to tie... (more)
The IC 6201 has just been set out for the rock train that runs out of Duplainville and now the WC 3000 is ready to head south back to Waukesha to tie up for the day.
The Milwaukees Duplainville Tower interlocking board that was above the Armstrong levers.
With a fresh crew on board. A empty coal train from Green Bay Wi. emerges from the siding, and continues its journey back west for another load of coal.
On their first break-in run, the only A-B-A set of E9s has been put in an industry siding by the CN to allow 3 freights to pass. This is the second, a UP coal train with BNSF power.
Amt 190 Train #7 Crossing Main 1 to Main 2 at Duplainville, WI
A lone SOO SD60 heads west with a long string of empties.
WSOR JH27 waits for a westbound Canadian Pacific to clear
With lake effect clouds looming, WC 2001 shuffles cars around before tying up in Waukesha for the day.
Amtrak 7 the Empire Builder slams the CN/WC at Duplainville Jct.
WC 6002 and 3006 run south through Duplainville Jct. then will head north to service an industry.
WC 3018 dumps out the sand trying to get this long manifest up to speed.