WSORs T-004 road freight screams out of Waukesha, and into the tiny “town” of Williams... that consists of a sole grain elevator. Always a treat to hear 4 matching SD40s screaming in 8.
WSOR T004 grinds up the hill at Williams.
With Green Bay Packer flags flying, WSOR T003 heads East on a frosty December morning. WAMX 4178 was built as MILW 199, and now leads an empty WSOR grain train on a former Milwaukee Road branch li... (more)
The grain elevator at Williams towers above the WSOR SD40-2s as they continue their Eastbound trek on the Waukesha Sub.
A trio of WSOR SD40-2s have their hands full with a long Horicon - Janesville train as they climb a slight hill on the trip southwest to Milton.
A nice surprise on a long weekend, a Sunday edition of Train #4. Here the 4004 and two other SD40s bring their long train past the Wern Farms at Williams, just outside of Waukesha.
T004 slows at Williams, and will soon stop and pick up the two grain loads on the small siding.
A seven headed HJ (Horicon-Janesville) train spits and smokes as it rumbles down old Milwaukee Road trackage towards Milton Jct. During the summer and autumn, WSOR trains get awfully long with add... (more)
A Deadhead run to get the train in place for Mondays run on a rehabbed line out of Madison, Wisconsin.
Soo Line 1003 passes through Williams, WI. Photo charter sponsored by Historic Transport Preservation and Soo Line 1003, LLP.