Since it's supposed to be over 100 degrees in a lot of parts of the country and around the world....I thought this photo would help cool things off abit..........Back in the day.....the Green Bay ... (more)
Since our freight trains no longer came from the west coast this probably was a train from Duluth,MN.or St.Paul going to Chicago. Since I've had the honor and privilege of running freight and pass... (more)
We've cutoff our train on the westward track crossed over both mains at 3rd street and with a carload of company material for the section boss we've shoved in on an old foundry track just southeas... (more)
The end is near for the CMStP&P RR.........
A much improved version of a photo taken at Watertown,WI. while we were stopped taking water on one of the rear units. By this time most of these old covered wagons were water dogs so you had to g... (more)
UP 1478 heads light passed the depot in Watertown.
On a snowy day 42 years ago we've come down the 1%+stopping at Watertown,WI. to make a set out and pick up. This train was one of our worst in the winter as there were usually a lot of air leaks o... (more)
We're stopped at Watertown on the eastward track probably waiting for a westbound running against the currant Duplainville to Watertown. Since this photo was taken 44 years ago and I've been retir... (more)
The 971/976 handle one of the Milwaukee Road's ancient ditcher's westbound leaving Watertown headed towards Madison,WI..
We're on 213 westbound I get a shot of Engineer Earl Sampson and Brakeman Mike Mahalik on train 202 crossing the bridge over Hy 26 at Watertown,WI. Photo taken from the Engineer's seat on 213 with... (more)
Amtrak's Empire Builder at the westend of Voltz three miles west of Watertown,WI..
We're in the clear on the C&NW connection track at Watertown with the ditcher X285 and Milw caboose 990074 from Bensenville. I remember that I had Brakeman Harley Lamp on the head end with me that... (more)
281 has the throttle in the corner for the climb out of Watertown.
Adam Farence Photo