Milwaukee Road NW2 1649 prepares to take the Monticello RR Museum's trainset back to the car barn at the end of the museum's monthly steam weekend.
MILW 141 prepares to depart Milwaukee, WI in March of 1985. The huge Milwaukee Solvay Coke plant (now gone) is in the background.
The B-unit 102A is an F7B.
A northbound Milwaukee Road freight passes the feed mill at Bixby, Minnesota, in September 1984. Powering the train are three of Milwaukee’s unique EMD SDL39s, essentially light-weight SD39 “branc... (more)
A pair of consecutively-numbered Milwaukee Road SD45s are seen running west on the IHB. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of Milwaukee Road GP20s are seen bringing a transfer from Bensenville Yard to the B&OCT's Barr Yard in nearby Riverdale. Tom Golden photo.
Milwaukee Road's northbound Train 3, "The Afternoon Hiawatha" is just about to come off the Mississippi River Bridge at Hastings, MN, about 18 miles southeast of St. Paul and almost 400 ... (more)
On a wet November 23, 1986, Milwaukee Road EMD SD40-2 No. 193 sits near the sand towers at the locomotive facility at the sprawling yard in Bensenville, Illinois.
A pair of Milwaukee Road SD45s lead a westbound freight along the IHB in Dolton. Tom Golden photo.
MILW No. 22 leads a dead freight across the Columbia River at Beverly, WA. The massive bridge and train are minimized by the surrounding landscape.