The conductor cuts in the air on six pulpwood loads to be spotted by Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad 6006 at the Louisiana Pacific plant at the end of the CN's Hayward branch. The former Algoma ... (more)
Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad 6006 begins to pull a set of storage tank cars. The former Algoma Central SD40-2, was repainted in preparation of its first service on the Hayward Branch as part ... (more)
Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad has repainted its former Algoma Central SD40-2, in preparation of its first service on the Hayward Branch as part of a switching agreement with CN.
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Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad has repainted its former Algoma Central SD40-2, shown moving storage tank cars in preparation of its first service on the Hayward Branch as part of a switching ag... (more)
With the Wisconsin Capitol building looming, another load of aggregate for the brand new Lycon ready-mix plant in Oregon, WI crosses the causeway over Monona Bay. Seeing as the ex-C&NW line from ... (more)
Note the turntable to the left.
Wisconsin and Southern HJ Horicon to Janesville freight is at Iron Ridge, Wisconsin, on August 3, 2005. Two EMD SD40-2s power the train that includes E9 10C trailing right behind the power.
The local CN job works Saturday at the end of the West Bend Sub switching out the various industries.
WSOR's local from Rock Springs to Madison passes a farmers field outside of Lodi, with the animals apparently unphased by the passing of an appropriately paint-schemed SD40-2.
WSOR's turn from Madison to Janesville pauses at Milton Junction to perform a block swap with T004 from Horicon to get T002 ready for the run to Chicago later in the day.
WSOR's Reedsburg Sub local heads south toward Madison, passing the outskirts of Baraboo, WI and a very nice a El Camino on a typical fall weather day in the upper midwest.
WSOR's Elkhorn Sub local switches a grain elevator at Darien, WI on a fine September day. The MILW heritage of this line is evident with the classic switchstand.
261 is leaving the Hinckley Sub at Boylston and will soon be in downtown Superior, Wisconsin, as it makes its way towards the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
Departing Butler, Wisconsin, in March 1984, is a southbound (eastbound) Chicago and North Western freight led by a matching pair of EMD SD45s. Those homemade numberboards on No. 916 look a bit wei... (more)