An employee from Reinders Brothers at Elm Grove watches as the second section of the Royal American shows train crosses over from the eastward main to the westward main from section 6(West Allis L... (more)
Royal American Shows first section westbound for the Twin Cities......
A former Soo Line GP30 leads a colorful string of cars after a fresh Wisconsin snowfall. Tom Kidd photo.
Priority intermodal traffic moves east through Elm Grove, WI on CP's former MILW mainline from St. Paul to Chicago. The double track mainline separates here for a few miles due to this having been... (more)
Adam Farence Photo
Amtrak's Empire Builder comes down the 1.7% eastbound and in the distance the Milwaukee Day's circus train from Baraboo comes down the little under 1% westbound track,,,,two of Elm Grove's finest ... (more)
The pride of the fleet train 261 the XL Special leans into a right hand super-elevated curve climbing the sub-continental divide through Elm Grove,WI. on it's carded 55 and a half hour trip from C... (more)
Amtrak's North Coast Hiawatha enters the Juneau Ave. crossing westbound headed from Chicago to the west coast with Milwaukee Road Engineer Howie Roberts and Fireman Buster Bright on board. The lar... (more)
The eastbound Empire Builder with Milwaukee Road Engineer John Schwab at the throttle drops down Brookfield Hill into Elm Grove,WI.on the eastward main while a westbound freight train climbs the h... (more)
The Royal American Shows Circus Train westbound off the West Allis Line headed for the Twin Cities and the Minnesota State Fair.
One of two sections of the Royal American Show trains that traveled Milwaukee Road every year in August/September for the Wisconsin and Minnesota State Fairs. A Milwaukee Road Pool Caboose carries... (more)
Soo Line 6019 is eastbound at Elm Grove, WI in January of 1990. The switch in the foreground is for the Airline secondary line to Milwaukee.
WC's eastbound Milwaukee train dropping down Brookfield Hill........Adam Farence Photo.
Amtrak's Empire Builder runs "wrong main" through Elm Grove,WI. on a dreary afternoon.