After servicing the locomotive, SOO #1003 brings its train south out of Brandon, WI.
The local traverses the iconic Wisconsin dairy farm landscape.
WAMX 4172 leads L597 towards Horicon on an absolutely gorgeous Fall day.
L597 has just made the switch from the Markesan Sub to the Oshkosh Sub, and is now burning towards Horicon.
Soo #1003 has stopped in Brandon, WI for servicing.
WSOR 4490 stops in Brandon, WI in October of 1990. It will switch a few cars and then make it's was to Markesan on the Markesan Branch.
WSOR 3807 is just north of Brandon, WI with a southbound train from Oshkosh in October of 2005.
East Washington St., Brandon, WI. Slowing to yard speed as she enters Brandon, SOO 1003 passes a team of Engineers from the Maintenance of Way Department, who are surveying in advance of so... (more)
The WSOR Markesan local crosses Hwy 49 just south of Brandon, WI shortly after getting onto the Oshkosh Sub on one of those perfect summmer afternoons.
Much as the WSOR has done in recent years with SD40-2s, in the early 2000s, the railroad began updating its roster with GP38-2 rebuilds. The two on this Horicon-Oshkosh turn easily show their her... (more)
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.
Winter in Wisconsin has come, but that doesn't stop the WSOR. Here the Oshkosh Job has cut off their train and is going to head west on the Markesan branch.
Local blasts through Brandon (I think) in fresh snow.
Let It Snow- If it's going to be grey, it might as well snow. The WSOR HOK tries to step between big puffy flakes at Brandon, on its daily trip to Oshkosh.