WSOR train T4 as it departs Milton for it's run south to Janesville.
WSOR GP38-2 3804 and 6 more WSOR motors lead T-004 south through Lisbon.
After switching out a local customer, the WSOR twins and a GP39-2 shove back to their train before heading south with a destination of Kalamazoo.
A WSOR GP38-2 leads a local as it passes through the University of Wisconsin Madison campus.
One of Wisconsin & Southern's ex Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México GP's leads south through the Wisconsin farm fields on its way back to Horicon.
WSOR power congregates at the shops at Janesville awaiting the call to duty with the roundhouse awaiting its next patient.
Former Wisconsin Southern 3867 now lettered for WAMX, is an ex IC GP39M and is used at a local loading facility in Sidney MT.
Wisconsin & Southern's Saturday morning job to the Elkhorn branch accelerates out of Avalon after switching the local grain elevator behind a pair of non-dynamic brake SD40-2s of MP heritage. Aft... (more)
It's about that time of the year again when the grain elevators become the railroads number one customers.
WSOR 4054, 4010, and 4012 are in charge of bringing T003 to Horicon tonight, as they are seen here posing for a sunset. The engines had cut off from the train to go work the ethanol plant in Milto... (more)
WSOR business train waits for a southbound BNSF freight to pass. Parent Watco moved this train to its Stillwater Central yard in Oklahoma City in March 2013 shortly after purchasing the Wisconsin... (more)
WSOR L355 departs Monroe WI enroute back to Janesville WI on the WSOR's Monroe Sub. The 4053 "Grow Wisconsin" unit has the American flag flying on this Labor Day holiday.
Southbound WSOR passes through The Glen of North Glenview Metra depot on its way to BRC Clearing.
WSOR 4053, 4007, 4010, STBX 3139, 3128, 3151, & 3114 are heading to Horicon on a warm, stormy skied summer evening. The STBX units are to be repainted at Horicon, for a railroad I have no idea...
A rare, late afternoon T004 meanders through the farm fields just east of Whitewater on it's way to Janesville with eight units directing the way.