A WC switch run works Conolidated Paper along the banks of the Wisconsin River in Stevens Point. This mill was served by the Green Bay & Western prior to WC's takeover in 1993 and even by 2000 was... (more)
Shortly after sunrise, the WC 3018 swings around the curve at Romeo, headed north to the Seneca oil refinery.
Recently acquired AT&SF 5382 leads a westbound out of Winnebago.
Recently acquired AT&SF FP45 91 leads a westbound out of Oshkosh.
Thundering out of town, WC 3018 leads the charge! Through the years with CN, she shows some signs of age, but overall, her paint has held up very well.
Dodging shadows, WC 3018 and EJ&E 667 shove back to their train, after switching out Seneca/Oxbow.
The "Oil Local" shoves back to the siding at Lambert, before heading south to KA Steel in Lemont.
WC 3018 and EJ&E 667 perform their switching duties in Lemont, before continuing on to Glenn Yard.
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
On a beautiful fall morning, a Wisconsin Central GP40 and an Elgin, Joliet & Eastern SD38-2 hustle back north to Glenn Yard, after switching out the Seneca/Oxbow chemical refinery.
A westbound snakes through downtown Oshkosh on track that now has been gone for over a decade. WC 6581 is ex-AT&SF 5304.
Former AT&SF 5304 leads an eastbound at Winnebago.