CNW 4287 crosses the Sheboygan River in Sheboygan, WI in December of 1986. The train is heading to Sheboygan Falls on a line that sees little use these days.
Here's a rare one. Baldwin didn't make many DRS6-4-1500's and the CNW only had one of them, shown here switching Sheboygan, WI in May of 1965. Like many of CNW's Baldwin's it was repowered with an... (more)
It may be a dreary day in February of 1988, but you tend to ignore that when CNW 6000 is your prey. It's the one and only SD-CAT on the roster, a SD45 rebuilt with a Caterpillar prime mover. CNW 6... (more)
CNW 4144 is crossing the small 36th Street Bridge on the South side of Sheboygan, WI in July of 1985. After making a set-out at Kohler the train will take a couple of boxcars to Kraft Cheese in Pl... (more)
Not only was the CNW unique with its left hand running of trains, but they also had unique semaphores on many of their lines. Although they probably could have lasted many more years, most were go... (more)
CNW 5500 leads train PRGBA across the Sheboygan River just north of the depot. The train is on the passenger main, not the freight cut-off, due to a high-wide load. This line is a trail today.
As UP's Sheboygan local rests for the night, yesterdays coal train, led by an unusually new EMD SD70AH idle away before beginning the trip back to Wyoming tomorrow.
The Sheboygan Local powered by a very tidy GP40 shoves 4 Wisconsin Central boxcars to their final customer of the day, Georgia Pacific.
With the sun set the Sheboygan Job works into the evening switching out the Cargill malt plant with the rest of the days work tied down above.
As the sunsets and begins to peek out the Sheboygan local begins heading back south.
With the days work tied up above on the mainline the crew runs around on the Kohler industrial branch to the Cargill malt plant to pick up a few more cars.
The local Sheboygan job finishes up its switching at Plenco Plastics. After pulling forward she will run around the train and start heading back home long hood forward.
UP's Sheboygan local job crosses the Sheboygan River after finishing its work on the north end of town.
The Union Pacific Sheboygan local is working the Cargill plant
Union Pacific's local Sheboygan job heads back south past some of the last remaining Wig-Wag's in Wisconsin.