A Canadian Pacific Unit leads a covered hopper train down the Mississippi River Valley at sunset.
WSOR 4007 waits for a crew in the yard at St. Feriole Island in Prairie du Chien, WI. Tomorrow the train should make its return to Madison, WI.
Former BN SD40-2 meets a Former BN hopper car.
Two NS units make the BNSF here in Wisconsin look like the east coast. The lead GE is only a couple of months old.
This lil guy is on display at the railroad museum of Boscobel WI.
This Milwaukee Road Caboose was built in 1956 by the Thrall Car Manufacturing Co. of Chicago Hieghts IL. It is now on display along the old Milwaukee Road line in Boscobel.
Once home to both standard guage and narrow gauge trains this speeder and a narrow gauge steamer (nicknamed "The Dinky") are all that remains of the once proud "Ridge Runner Line" of the CNW in Fe... (more)
Sisters 7161 and 7160 lead a double stack train through the "Prairie of the Dog".
6880 has caught a red signal and will have to wait until a westbound crosses the single track Wisconsin River bridge.
Two DME units prepare to back up into the ICE yard in Marquette. The train was fairly long so they had to pull a little over a mile down to Mc Gregor.
5371 watches as a Utah Railway coal train thunders by.