Metra's Jimmy John's wrapped unit sits in the yard in Kenosha. Kenosha is the only Metra stop in the state of Wisconsin.
PCC cars representing Chicago, Pittsburg and Philedelphia run around the trolley loop in Kenosha during Streetcar Day.
Kenosha Electric PCC 4610, painted to represent Toronto, makes a run around the loop in Kenosha.
Kenosha PCC streetcar 4609 begins its westward journey near the lakefront on a pleasant Sunday.
UP Big Boy 4014 leads a passenger special south under a remaining CNW signal bridge near Bain in Kenosha.
Making its run from Butler to West Chicago, the "Big Boy" steams south through Kenosha, passing under the CNW signal bridge at Highway K.
Green and red wrapped bi-level commuter cars clash with the blue locomotive of a Metra UP North Line train parked in weekend storage on the lower level at the Kenosha station.
CNW 5522 is about to duck under Hwy 158 in Kenosha, WI in April of 1989. The train is on CNW's New Line. Several industries dominate the area to the right of the spur track but I don't think any o... (more)
With cab car #8447 leading for the trip to Chicago, UP Metra North Line train #344 boards passengers at the Kenosha depot.
"Street transportation of Yesterday and Today" Sporting the Cincinnati Street Railways scheme this Ex Toronto Transit Commission PCC car now serves the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Kenosha Trolley Car Society held its annual trolley day on September 15th. The car barn and all trolley cars were accessible. Here, car 4606 heads west along the lakefront trolley loop. The... (more)
KER PCC Streetcar 4616 runs through the streets of Kenosha.
KER PCC Streetcar 4616 heads past a lighthouse in Kenosha.
A Metra commuter trains heads out the Farm Subdivision for head room prior to reversing into the lower storage yard at Kenosha.
The Waukegan switch run takes the south leg of the wye at Kenosha to head out the Farm Subdivision for switching on UP Milwaukee Subdivision (former CNW New Line)