T006 is seen here approaching the South Wye switch in Milton. The South Wye, otherwise known at MP 106.3 on WSOR's Madison Sub, is where the Waukesha Sub (pictured in the foreground) junctions wit... (more)
T006 has arrived in Milton from Madison. They're making a set out in the West Pass at Milton. Afterwards, they'll continue the train towards Janesville.
WAMX 3893 leads T003 across the East leg of the wye at Milton.
T003 has just entered Yard Limits at Milton. In about a quarter mile, the train will take the diverging route at the South Wye, and transition from the Madison Sub to the Waukesha Sub.
A newly painted SD60M leads T003 past the Milton Depot on a gloomy evening.
L353 with the WAMX 3872 departs the the industrial track on the east side of Milton as the begin their trip back to Janesville.
W300 rolls over the switch for the United Ethanol lead, as they head East on the WSOR Waukesha Sub to dump ballast.
Got the last rays of sunlight as a late T004 goes by Vickerman Rd just outside of Milton.
W300 is leaving the Madison Sub and entering the Waukesha Sub as it heads across the North Leg of the wye in Milton. The train is on it's way to meet up with MOW near Palmyra to dump rock for WSOR... (more)
Ballast train W300, with WAMX 4192 in charge, takes the West Pass for a Muscoda, WI bound empty grain train led by WAMX 4191. The 4191 and 4192 were both originally C&O SD40s. Engineer Heeren is o... (more)
Wisconsin & Southern’s road T-004 train breaks the silence of a small faming community outside Milton, WI.
T004 shoves down the Milton industrial lead with a delivery of grain for United Ethanol.
After setting out the manifest traffic and two engines, the T004R is now a unit military vehicle train. They're coming across the top leg of the wye in Milton to go from the Waukesha Sub to the Ma... (more)
A trio of Wisconsin & Southern's finest lead T4 through Milton, WI on a cold and cloudy fall afternoon. T4 runs from Horicon to Janesville.
T004 heads west into Milton on a bitter cold February afternoon. A classic pair of SD40-2's provide the power.