The Watco Business Train running with WSOR Equipment eases back into K&O Yaggy Yard after a round trip to Great Bend, KS and back to celebrate the opening of Bartlett Grain Company's new facility ... (more)
Yet another Santa Fe Depot is passed by the Watco Companies Business Train on its eastbound run back to the K&O Yaggy Yard near Hutchinson, after a run to the new Bartlett Grain Company elevator n... (more)
The Watco Companies Business Train passes another oil well along the rolling Kansas Landscape on the K&O Great Bend Sub.
Locomotive: WSOR 101
Two things in this photo typify a vast swath of profit generated by Watco online business: an oil well and a wheat field. The company and the railroad industry in general wouldn't be what it is t... (more)
The Watco Companies Business Train using Wisconsin & Southern equipment leaves the new 3 Million bushel facility which has just finished construction outside Great Bend, KS. The grain elevator is... (more)
The Watco Companies Business Train using WSOR equipment is headed by #101, their covered wagon EMD E9, is rolling under a Santa Fe steam locomotive coaling tower on the K&O Great Bend Sub. after w... (more)
The long out of service wye was restored to use for the sole purpose of turning the business train here today. I can imagine this was a somewhat stressful endeavor for those directly involved, bu... (more)
The 1910 former ATSF Depot and the original 1872 main in Great Bend gets a short visit from Watco Companies' Wisconsin & Southern business train on a run between Hutchinson and the Bend, entertain... (more)
OK, maybe you can take the zero in the middle out. It's not every day you get to shoot an E9 in Kansas. This one is clanking down the K&O Great Bend Sub. towards the town the line is named for w... (more)
WSOR 4513, obviously of CNW heritage, prepares to leave Prarie Du Chien, WI for a slow trip to Madison in November of 2002. A lot has changed since this photo was taken and a lot had changed since... (more)
There were very few wig wags left in Wisconsin when this photo was taken in Blue River in 2002. There are fewer yet as this wag has since been removed.
WSOR GP38-2 3812 in beaten FNM paint lead L599 north towards White Lime in Mayville. The 3812 has since been repainted.
A pair of Wisconsin & Southern MP15ACs work the former C&NW yard at Madison, WI on the 4th of July, 2012. Built in September 1975, no. 1503 is former MILW 476, among the last new power acquired by... (more)
A short Janesville to Horicon train passes through the small town of Palmyra in the Kettle Moraine area of SE Wisconsin.
A mixed bag of power passes a variety of Midwestern flowers. The 3801 is no longer on the roster.