CP 281 gets an odd leader, with the venerable GP38 leading a mix of 5 big CP units on the westbound manifest.
Empty ethanol tanks run west through Milwaukee past the former home of the Eschweiler designed Milwaukee Gas Light Co. buildings with a trio of SD60s leading the way.
A trio of SD60s pull this empty ethanol snake westbound through Milwaukee.
One of just a handful of SD60Ms left on the CP roster, 6262 is still lookin' fresh from its repaint as it drags autoracks through the Menomonee River Valley.
After its stop at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station the Empire Builder begins accelerating out of the Menomonee Valley early on its long journey west.
A nice little power lash guides this daily junk manifest westbound through the Menomonee River Valley as downtown Milwaukee looms in the distance
An empty CWR train enters the Menomonee River Valley with a lone Geep on point today
A one-hit wonder has a drag of empty cans in tow as train 609 crawls through the depot in downtown Milwaukee.
Coke loads make their way out of Muskego Yard before entering the main and travelling west to the CN Waukesha Sub.
A couple dirty AC GE units lead 281 at a snail's pace through downtown Milwaukee past the former home of the Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing Company.
An unusual (for CP through Milwaukee) load of coil cars is at the head end of the day's manifest as this train is about to take the signal for Muskego Yard
A CEFX leaser and CSX SD70ACe knock on the signal at Muskego Yard with train 396 in tow
CSX power leads this CP manifest through the Menomonee Valley toward the Watertown Sub on a very warm March afternoon
CP 281, lead by a pair of INRD Big Macs, makes the turn out of the Valley under the Canal St. bridge
CP 281, lead by a pair of INRD Big Macs, crawls through the Menomonee River Valley with an all-autorack drag.