EJE 703 leads a repainted IC motor on the backswing of L533 back to Neenah from Chilton. The train had to wait at Hilbert for some section work to clear up which allowed the sun to set more west f... (more)
A Fox River Valley Railroad freight crosses the long bridge over thin ice atop Little Lake Butte des Morts at Menasha, Wisconsin, on a cold November 18, 1989. All three of FRVR’s EMD GP30s—Nos... (more)
IC 3129 is seen cutting through St Mary's Cemetery on CN's Banta Spur in Menasha, WI. They are on their way back to the main (Manitowoc Subdivision) after spotting a car as LSC Communications.
A pair of Chicago & North Western EMD SD40-2s cross the long bridge over Little Lake Butte Des Morts at Menasha, Wisconsin, on June 27, 1993. This is officially a Fox River Valley Railroad train u... (more)
A Fox River Valley freight cross the long bridge over Little Lake Butte Des Morts at Menasha, Wisconsin, on May 13, 1990. A colorful locomotive set from the Chicago & North Western spin-off short ... (more)
Looking a lot like the CNW that preceded it, FRV 840 leads 2 other GP35's and a GP30 across the Butte Des Morts bridge in Menasha, WI in December of 1992. Like many other lines in Wisconsin, this ... (more)
CN 5404 and CN 2548 are about ready to depart Menasha on the CN Neenah Controlled Siding at the Lake St. crossing after making a healthy pick-up from the yard in Neenah. The CN 5404 is the first ... (more)
CN 2608 and CN 2272 are just about ready to depart Menasha for Green Bay, WI with loaded Herzog ballast cars in-tow. Today's conductor was CN's own, Joe Dufeck formerly of the Wisconsin & Souther... (more)
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A northbound Fox River Valley train with an SD24/RSD15/SD35 lash-up rolls over the Fox River in Menasha, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee Road locomotive 754 (Fairbanks Morse H12-44) stands alone beside the Menasha, WI depot along the Appleton Branch. Verne Brummel (photographer) / Dave Cramer (photo editing). Visit our ... (more)
WC 2005 shoves cars on the Banta Spur - The only rail line in the world to go right through the middle of a cemetary.