MILW 192 is about to cross Waterford Avenue in Milwaukee, WI as it begins its' assault of Lake Hill in July of 1984. The grade here was deceptively steep, as freights would typically be on their k... (more)
FRVR 815 departs Butler Yard as it starts the journey to Green Bay, WI in May of 1989. With a variety of vintage ex-CNW power, the FRVR was an under rated favorite of mine.
We're standing just east of the sand towers at the Milwaukee Road's Milwaukee diesel house, On four track are two new SD40-2's. On five track were a couple of GP40's and on six were some GP20's. T... (more)
The 743 works the shops back in the late 70's switching the wheel shop on the right and heading for the old coach shop towards the middle of the photo. The blue haze in the air is from the FM swit... (more)
After a week of heavy snow melt and flooding, this rerouted ethanol train rolls south through downtown Milwaukee with a warbonnet on point.
Milwaukee streetcar "05" heads through downtown Milwaukee on its way to the intermodal station. "The Hop," as it's called, began operation on November 2nd, 2018, and it marks M... (more)
A Milwaukee HOP light rail train heads east down the middle of St. Paul Ave.
Eastbound Hiawatha train 334 departs Milwaukee as a ethanol train heads west.
Headed south out of Milwaukee, the Royal Canadian Pacific business train is making good speed up Lake Hill as it continues its journey to Bensenville.
The CP business train heads east through the Milwaukee Intermodal Station.
CP 1401 takes train 40B through Milwaukee, on approach to the Menomonee bridge.
UP 844 powers an excursion thru the west side of Milwaukee on CNW tracks in August of 1996.
CNW 4195 switches the Water Street Terminal in Milwaukee, WI in October of 1984. Coupling cars could be a challenge on the tight curve here.
A UP SD40N, an H2 BNSF Dash 9 and a SOO GP38-2 are slowly making their way down the "Wash 4" track at KK Bridge in Milwaukee, taking train 286 to Bensenville. KK Bridge is still home to ... (more)
CNS&M RR Motorman John Radtke Jr. and two Trainmen that I have long ago forgotten their names have either just arrived or are about to head to Chicago for the last time. I worked with John on the ... (more)