Soo Line "Bicentennial" GP35 1776 at Rice Lake WI October 1975. Built as Soo Line 727 in May 1965 and painted and renumbered to 1776 in May 1975. It was repainted and renumbered back to ... (more)
The tower that time forgot. This tower guarded the crossing of the CNW mainline to the Twin Ports and Soo Line's Blueberry branch line just south of Rice Lake, WI. The WC took over the Soo Line in... (more)
Bought by the CNW only a few days earlier, a pair of Ex N&W C628's, as yet not re-lettered or renumbered lead a train at Rice Lake. Power on this train consisted of N&W 1119, 1106 and CNW 936, one... (more)
The tower that use to guard the Chicago & Northwestern and Soo Line diamond still stands in middle of the woods as seen from Wisconsin Northern 1500 heading north towards Rice Lake, Wisconsin. You... (more)
Progressive Rail 34 moves a cut of storage cars on the Wisconsin Northern in Rice Lake while a pair of WN GP15-1s rest nearby.
Tied down behind a warehouse in Rice Lake.
Built in 1916, this tower protected the crossing of the Soo's branch from Cameron to Rice Lake and the Omaha's Spooner Sub from Eau Claire to Spooner. Abandoned sometime in the 60's and only trac... (more)
Class Unit working the southbound wayfreight enroute back to the Mpls Sub on the branch from Rice Lake. 11:58AM