WSOR’s newly repainted SD60M leads the Chicago bound train over the Rock River bridge at sunset.
WAMX 3893 leads an uncommon early morning T003 out of Janesville on a Sunday morning back in May. The train is seen here utilizing trackage rights over the Union Pacific. WSOR operates over the U... (more)
WAMX/WSOR SD40-2 4171 does some switching at the Janesville terminal.
A pair of SD40-2's sandwiching a GP59 lead a short local back towards the Janesville yard.
SOO 1003 cuts through the old GM Janesville assembly plant which is still nothing but a nice beautiful slab of concrete. For record purposes SOO 1003 was running as LLTX 1003 under WSOR symbol Y30... (more)
SOO 1003 crosses the Rock River as it slowly departs Janesville on its way to Chicago. For record purposes SOO 1003 was running as LLTX 1003 under WSOR symbol Y303.
An SD45 rebuilt into an SD40 with an ex-CRIP SD40-2 behind it lead a short freight out of Janesville on a windy May evening.
WSOR SD40-2 4196 sits in the yard in Janesville.
No matter how safety aware you are, things like this are bound to happen every now and then out on the rails.
Back in 2014 we had this quartet of odd visitors that found refuge on the Storage Track in the WSOR's East Yard at Janesville. If I remember correctly, these engines were destine for Horicon to re... (more)
SOO 1003 headed west towards Janesville, WI for the night where it will tie up on the Old Main since the crew was near expired for time.
SOO 1003 heads across the Rock River bridge in Janesville en route to Spring Grove for the day.
SOO 1003 headed uphill towards Avalon, and eventually Spring Grove, IL where it will tie up for the day. This sounded exactly like a movie - steam engine chugging, whistling for a crossing.
SOO 1003 easing into Janesville at the Rotamer Rd. crossing
Loaded with “Pink Lady” quartz ballast from the company-owned Rock Springs quarry, a Chicago & North Western ballast train departs Janesville, Wisconsin, on the morning of July 8, 1995. The ea... (more)