WSOR's two oddball locomotives lead the T006 through Edgerton on a warm July morning. 4219 is the only engine to have a red goose, and headlight on the nose. 4223 is the only SD45 body to sport WS... (more)
The quiet morning in Edgerton is disturbed momentarily, as Y302 barrels through town.
The conductor gives a wave, as WSOR's Janesville to Madison train knocks down Milepost 118.25 on a gorgeous Spring day.
Business train crosses the flood stage Rock River south of Edgerton heading toward Madison.
Former CNW E8A #5029B has brought a High Iron charter from Chicago.
4176 has just crossed the Rock River and is about 20 minutes from Milton Junction where they will begin their work.
The entire train is in frame, as WAMX 4176 and 4183 are about to lead the T006 over Hannerville Road, a couple miles Northwest (railroad West) of Edgerton.
The sun is getting low, as SLRG 103 gets the IPH Polar Express Train closer to it's final destination of Middleton.
A three pack of Wizzer 40s rolls over the Rock River just East of Edgerton.
WAMX 4219 leads a four pack of SD40-2s on a unit grain train bound for Chicago. 4219 was built in 1966, making it the oldest SD40-2 on the WSOR roster. It is also the only red and gray engine on t... (more)
T006 eases through a slow order at Edgerton. Soon, the train will arrive in Milton where they will have work.
WSOR T006 sweeps around the long bend leading up to Washington Road.
Making every bit of track speed, Iowa Pacific E8s 515 and 518 lead the eastbound Varsity from Madison, WI to Chicago, IL. I almost didn't get this shot- heard the horn very closeby when I was hal... (more)
The "Rock River Cannonball" steams through the grounds of the Rock River Thresheree, over the Rock River & Thresherman's Park Railway. This 2-foot-gauge 0-4-0 that was built in 1944 by ... (more)
Steam, steam, and more steam at the Rock River Thresheree! A pair of steam tractors simmer in the afternoon Sun as the "Rock River Cannonball" makes another loop around the show grounds... (more)