A leased CIT Equipment engine leads a SB CP ethanol train under the Hwy 16 bridge just south of Mauston.
CP 8009 leads a mixed vehicle/stack train west at Mauston, WI as it passes under US 12 on the east end of town.
Built for the Soo Line Railroad but at the last minute the Soo cancelled the order with EMD. The C&NW immediately picked up the order. Seen between Mauston and Lyndon Station running against the c... (more)
SOO 6009 west runs against the current of traffic on the west side of Mauston,WI.. Photo taken from the CNW 8011 east running on the westward track.
Enroute to Chicago for some new Johnny Depp movie.
The Afternoon Hi screams through Mauston, just like in the old days, only today a 4-8-4 pinch hits for a shrouded Atlantic.
Unit Coke Train from Roseport, MN.
MILW 261 thunders out of Mile Creek siding at track speed trying to make up lost time on her way back to Wisconsin Dells and eventually Milwaukee.
Racing to beat a midwest downpour on the fast track behind the barn is another kind of horse.
MILW 261 enters Mauston, Wisconsin with whistle blaring and the bell ringing, just as the sun pops out of a hole in the clouds. My what a great sound that is!!
The first of two grain trains following each other runs down through Wisconsin. This one had far more interesting power though (CP AC4400, SOO SD40-2, and CP SD40-2), and are shown here crossing ... (more)
Train 286 is finally on the move after spending most of the day parked due to a washout
199 approaches the city of Mauston, where a washout early that morning closed the line for a good portion of the day.