Soo Line 2500 is a restored FP7A diesel locomotive originally owned by the Soo Line Railroad. It was built in 1949 as an EMD demonstrator locomotive. In August 1986, Soo 2500 was donated to the La... (more)
The classic cab of Soo Line FP7 #2500-A provides a sharp contrast from today's modern locomotives.
Soo Line 2500 rolls out across the Cedar Bend Drawbridge that spans the St. Croix River and the Minnesota/Wisconsin state line. The FP7 was visiting the Twin Cities for Train Days at St. Paul Unio... (more)
Soo Line 2500 was no stranger to this line, which was once the Soo main between Minneapolis and Duluth. Today, owned by CN, it ends near Dresser, Wisconsin, and hosts CP rock trains and tourist t... (more)
Max Medlin grabs orders as Soo 2500 rolls past the restored Soo Line depot at Dresser, Wisconsin. An S&B Productions photo charter
Can you say Upper Midwest? Soo Line 2500 and Milwaukee Road 261 visited St. Paul Union Depot during the last week of April 2016 for Train Days. The 2500 normally resides at the Lake Superior Rai... (more)
SOO FP7A 2500A leads BN SDP40 325 North on a special train from SPUD to Osceola for a couple days there before returning home to Duluth, MN.
The Muskego Yard job pulls up to the 6th Street Viaduct in Milwaukee, WI as it assembles an outbound train.
SOO 701 gets a little attention at the Shops yard facility in Nort Fond Du Lac. Both the SOO and later, the WC, were very friendly at the time, and it was easy to get permission to photograph loco... (more)
Nearing end of career on the SOO, RS-1 2361 sits on the service track at North Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Early morning westbound CP Rail freight leaving London, Ontario yard with in the lead Soo Line SD40-2 No 6608 October 21, 1986.
Peekaboo! SOO 6027 emerges from the Hunter Street tunnel in downtown Hamilton with Canadian Pacific train no. 246 from Sudbury, Ontario.
2 girls watch Soo Line #771 take a train down 2nd Street in Bellevue, IA In September of 1993. I wonder if they still stop to watch a train roll by.....
Westbound SOO train Medinah
A pair of SOO GP38-2s leave Port Byron have just left Port Byron as they continue their trip to Ceffco along the Mississippi River.