Snow has been falling and nighttime is upon us at Duplainville, Wisconsin on the eve of January 26, 1996. Wisconsin Central train No. 47 is switching at the north end of Duplainville siding and on... (more)
WC 6005,6575 roll south with train 4 near Odena. The WC often used freight units on the Snow Train as the F's were normally used on trains 1&2 to/from Hearst and also often became tied up in freig... (more)
CN train 412 is running quite a bit behind schedule allowing for a rare daylight photo op in the Trout Lake area. WC 6005 leads gray ghosts 6943,6901 and 147 cars through the Upper Michigan forest... (more)
WC 6006,AC 1755 sweep thru Gilchrist with the 64 cars of train 134. The Ex ACR SD40-2's ran around in AC paint for awhile after the merger. WC was slow to repaint lots of units, mainly because of ... (more)
The southbound Cedar River passes the depot at Osage where the headquarters of the Cedar River is. This crew goes to work here 5 days a week and drives to where the train is or to Waterloo. Today ... (more)
The Cedar River hasnt been up the line all the way to Glenville for about 6 days due to the schedule and Christmas. There isnt alot of snow in southern Minnesota but one drift has alittle snow in ... (more)
The Cedar River local heads back south towards Waterloo with 12 cars out of Glenville, MN. This job has just pasted thru London, MN in far southern Minnesota. This job will cross back into Iowa in... (more)
In a pretty rare event, a meet at Lyle with the Cedar River and the IC&E Snow Plow Job. The IC&E conductor watches as the CN local crosses thru the junction with the IC&E's Owatonna Sub. A diamond... (more)
The Cedar River is passing the north distant signal for IC&E Mason City Sub at Charles City. The Cedar River is made up of 25 loads of grain out of London, 15 empties out of St Ansgar, and 9 ethan... (more)
The Cedar River local is about to cross the IC&E Mason City Sub at Charles City. Kind of surprised this unit might make it into 2009 on CN's roster. The Cedar River went to work today at 09:30, a... (more)
A roster that once had a bunch of WC SD's on it is now down to only a couple SD 40's left on it with WC paint. One of those units has been running back and forth on the Cedar River out of Waterloo... (more)
The rear unit of A41681-01 was WC 6005, one of two former Algoma Central units still in WC paint operating on the CN.
Train 711 crawls to a stop just outside of the former CNW depot in downtown Green Bay. It now serves as the home to Titletown Brewing and the passenger car Palm Beach.
WC 6005 passes a Flanger sign as it leads a massive 412 towards the Soo in the early morning light.