Parallel parked—not: A Soo Line train using trackage rights on the Milwaukee Road derailed at night on the trip into Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in April 1984. I don’t remember much of the details, but ... (more)
The Soo's only SD9 working at Marshfield in 1966. Photo is probably by the late Joe Stauber.
Soo 757 and 778 roll past River Junction with 100 cars on train 222.
2719 blasts 261, as if not to be outdone at the night shoot....
The evening shift is underway for Bandit 4512. Drilling cars to be taken across to Stinson Yard in Superior.
A sliver of light illuminates an ex-Milwaukee Road GP38-2, fitting considering Milwaukee Road 261 had arrived an hour earlier. BNSF's ore dock complex can be seen in the distance and the thousand ... (more)
Soo Line 2719 steams alongside Milwaukee Road 261 at LSRM. Lighting by Chris Guss.
Snow flying (in May!) Soo Line 2719 poses with BNSF SD70ACe 9127 for National Train Day at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Take a look at the numbers. Coincidence?
The engineer gives the wave from inside a Soo SD60 which is pretty hard to come by now a days.
SOO GP40 4601, one of two original SOO GP40s on the roster, teams up with DM&E 3833 on G35 departing Bensenville yard.
The handful of former Milwaukee Road units still roaming around in faded colors likely won't last much longer as CP overhauls its fleet.
Soo 6059 leads a rent-a-wreck with multis billed for IHB Gibson.
The orange and black on 4512 is fitting for this Halloween image and the scary element is the demolition underway on the roundhouse. Today nothing but a grass field can be seen here.
A nice looking Soo Line heavyweight passenger train display in Ladysmith. This display would take a direct hit from a tornado a few years later, tipping over the cars.
A former passenger geep awaits a call back to service at Shoreham.