The local from Markesan is seen returning through the small town of Fairwater on a pleasant summer afternoon in central Wisconsin.
Nearing the end of the Markesan Sub, WSOR 3810 trots along the line with a few cars in tow for Del Monte Foods.
Five Milwaukee Road GP-series diesels rest on the garden tracks next to the turntable at the railroad’s West Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Shops in 1984. In the following year, the bankrupt railroad would... (more)
Amtrak’s westbound Empire Builder arrives at Columbus, Wisconsin, in 1974. Leading the train is Burlington Northern F7 no. 9736, still in Great Northern paint. Several Northern Pacific baggage car... (more)
SOO 6032 East departs Portage as we hold on the westbound at Portage Jct..
Here's an interesting consist we're about ready to leave Portage for Milwaukee with. The Soo Line as the Milwaukee was not the least bit troubled by putting anything on the headend to pull a train... (more)
On a pleasant morning in Waukesha, an extra rack train creeps north into town behind other traffic with a nice "DeathStar" on point.
A pair of "DeathStar" SD40-3s head up the long distance local to Waukesha, as they start their trek back towards their terminal at Fond du Lac.
An aging GP40 swings her junk freight into Milwaukee, crossing the Menomonee River.
We've just put our power away at the Muskego Yard service facility. This was all that was left to service locomotives at Milwaukee since the Milwaukee diesel house was shut down. None of the Milwa... (more)
An SD50 and two SD60s lead 287 on a wonderful summer afternoon.
SOO 6032 East departs Portage as we hold on the westward. Brakeman Fred Yerke stands on the front platform of the SD60.