The T006 crew display the American Flag in honor or Veteran's Day as they round the bend in McFarland.
WAMX 4188 has reached the 40 MPH speed limit as it leads the train towards Janesville.
WAMX 3947 is about to rumble beneath Terminal Drive with a 135 car T006.
WAMX 4183 leads the T006 through McFarland, after the first measurable snowfall of the season.
WAMX 4176 and 4187 lead 26 cars on the daily Madison to Janesville manifest. Normally the speed on this section of track is 40 MPH, but due to extremely cold temperatures, WSOR decided to temporar... (more)
WSOR T006 has just cleared the 25 MPH slow order, and is in run 8 attempting to resume track speed.
WAMX 4182, and two other WSOR SD40-2s lead a grain train down the Madison Sub.
WSOR's daily Madison-Janesville freight makes it's way through McFarland.
The WSOR inspection train with VIP's touring the newly rehabbed Madison sub pass some lingering colors in McFarland.
The WSOR business train, running with the A-B-A set of executive power and full compliment of business cars, makes a deadhead move to Madison in the last light of the day. It's being positioned f... (more)
The daily Madison-Janesville train banks into a curve. With a GP38, SD40 and MP15, this train is a good representation of the current roster.
Three SD40-2's pull a single load of lumber to the local lumber yard in Mcfarland.
WSOR gave free train rides between McFarland and Madison, about 8 miles roundtrip, utilizing their ex-Metra commuter coaches.
WSOR deadheads the passenger cars to Madison. The E's are in for their 90-day.
WSOR deadheads the passenger equipment through McFarland enroute to Janesville and the Fox Lake sub.