Wisconsin Central GP40 #3018, is seen here tied down for the day on Presidents Island in Memphis, TN.
The tattered attire across the nose of WC GP40 Nș3018 has held up well over time since Canadian National's takeover in 2000. During the summer of 2018 someone, we're not sure who, but they took t... (more)
WC GP40 3018, the last Wisconsin Central livery road unit still serving on Canadian National's roster stands at Presidents Island in Memphis, Tennessee soon after tying up from the night's work on... (more)
WC GP40 3018, the last Wisconsin Central livery road unit still serving on Canadian National's roster stands at Presidents Island in Memphis, Tennessee during sunrise of March 17, 2019. PS Whoeve... (more)
The President's Island Job with WC 3018 stops in front of Ergon for a yard switch to be thrown. Once thrown it will reverse a cut of cars into the yard.
Severe weather, flooding, and delays have led to a somewhat unusual arrival of CN's President's Island job on late Sunday afternoon. Even more unusual WC 3018 has been put in the lead. Here a memb... (more)
With the last maroon GP40 leading, W62061 14 heads West approaching the siding where they will wait for eastbound M323
After working the industries at Argo all night, WC 3018 and EJ&E 666 close in on Glenn Yard as they pass under Route 171.
CN's weed spraying train in Michigan had some very rare power on it this week. WC 3018 is the last untouched WC GP40 in service. I was lucky that I had the day off work to be able to take the hour... (more)
Wisconsin Central 3018, the last GP40 in the Wisconsin Central paint and badges lead a work train/weed spray train across the South Bend Sub and Flint Sub. The train only went by at 25 mph, so it ... (more)
Closing in on the destination of Glenn Yard, Wisconsin Central GP40 3018 and Elgin, Joliet & Eastern SD38-2 667 make for a pretty incredible lash-up as they lead the Argo Local through Summit.
The last Wisconsin Central painted road unit left in service on the CN in the United States, the 3018, leads the Argo local north through Summit.
Two old work horses wearing paint of Fallen flags works the CN Decatur Local.
The last remaining WC GP40 in WC paint rolls down the CN Waukesha Subdivision to which it used to call home.