CNW 401 leads a business train past the Racine, WI depot on a beautiful June day in 1989. The train is on the CNW Old Line, which was the old passenger main between Chicago and Milwaukee
CNO&TP 6327 departs Milwaukee on Milwaukee Road's C&M Division with three leased Southern(CNO&TP)(Rathole) SD24's. Of all the leased loco's we had back then on the Milwaukee the SD24's from the S... (more)
A rainbow consist of geeps lead WSOR L599 west through Rubicon.
Power for a Columbia coal train passes us on the eastbound headed for the power plant.
Power for the Butler/Madison train 569 waits for its crew at the Butler Engine House.
A fresh pair of ECO units lead the 2nd 484 train around the curve at Grand Ave before doing work in Muskego Yard.
After most of the fall colors have vanished, a few remaining berriesoffer a splash of color as Amtrak blasts through the Dupe at track speed.
MILW 641 works what's left of The Milwaukee Road's once thriving Beer Line. There is little evidence of this line today.
WSOR 3809 switches White lime in Mayville with L599.
GBW 322 is leading a fairly healthy Boat Train as it travels thru the small town of Luxemburg, WI on a fine Fall day. The train is making a round trip from Green Bay to the car ferry in Kewaunee. ... (more)
CNW 5500 leads train PRGBA across the Sheboygan River just north of the depot. The train is on the passenger main, not the freight cut-off, due to a high-wide load. This line is a trail today.
The Milwaukee Road called it a "walk and change" you would bring your train into the crew change point and while it kept rolling along very slowly the outbound crew would get on and you ... (more)
A single ugly CP leader runs loads of potash south through the esses of Milwaukee.
A pair of brand new SD30C-ECO units pull the 2nd 484's train down the wash before hopping on the C&M sub southbound for Bensenville.
WSOR 1503 and 1504 lead one car to White Lime in Mayville.