Recently acquired AT&SF FP45 91 leads a westbound out of Oshkosh.
A quartet of EMDs rumble out of a sag on their way towards Milwaukee with freight from the old DME.
A pair of NS GEs power south with a CN manifest among the lingering autumn colors.
One of the few ex-SP SD45s the WC had. ex-SP 8939. There was one more former SP unit which was an SDP45 of Erie Lackawanna heritage.
WC's First Anniversary unit. ex-BN 6655
A T10 recrew of a T9 train used their lead motor to run up to Mayville and spot a customer. Here they've got the Model Railroader 75th boxcar head out and the WSOR crew van helping the move is bl... (more)
Elephant style warbonnets lead a stack train through Alma early in the morning.
As “the blue hour” settles in at dusk on the cold winter day of February 15, 1992, a Loram rail grinder slowly works its way west through Pewaukee, Wisconsin, on Soo Line’s former Milwaukee Road m... (more)
To advertise Chicago and North Western’s fast priority piggyback trains called “Falcons,” they painted up a pair of locomotives with “Falcon Service” locos on the long hood. Only SD40-2s Nos. 6910... (more)
The Rock Springs to Madison train is about to roll under 113 just north of Lodi, WI.
Taste the rainbow! Skittles bring a manifest towards Chi-town as the sun makes another appearance just for us.
A lengthy freight swings through the tight, super-elevated turn in Slinger with a Canadian Cab GE on point.
The sun followed these units to my lens on a mostly cloudy day. The Big MACs haul coke from Roseport, MN south towards Illinois and points south.
A big blue Mack and the L877 share some space as the Rock Springs Turn re-sorts some cars before yarding the train.
The Milwaukee to Horicon train is not far from their destination as they roll west in the evening.