RailPictures.Net Photo: MILW 3011 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific EMD SD40-2 at Columbus, Wisconsin by Tom Farence
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Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific (more..)
EMD SD40-2 (more..)
CMStP&P LaCrosse Division (more..)
Columbus, Wisconsin, USA (more..)
August, 1972
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MILW 3011 (more..)
MILW 65 (more..)
Tom Farence (more..)
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We're stopped at Columbus,WI. making a pickup off the westward siding. Engineer Frank Bottoni Jr.stands proudly next to our month old locomotive. Frank's Dad retired making his last trip on the Afternoon Hiawatha back in 1963. I fired for Frank Jr. on and off for four years in the late 60's and early 70's. We'll finish our work here and head for Portage where we'll tie up in turn and probably come east in the middle of the night. I forgot to mention that Frank's son Jim was a Conductor on the Lacrosse Division too.
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