Volunteers are hard at work removing Milwaukee Road 261's staybolts as they perform heavy work for the locomotive to be ready for the 2021 season.
261 heads west (south not on timetables) on an excursion to Brownton late in the morning parallel to the Kenilworth bike trail. I believe this shot isn't possible now due to the construction of th... (more)
MILW 261 slows into Brownton, MN to prepare for a runby.
ICE TM DAN Photo...…….I'm on the lead Amtrak Locomotive...….We were still Iowa Chicago and Eastern at the time I believe we were back to CP in 2005.
My favorite wife and my favorite steam locomotive Engineer pose next to my favorite steam locomotive! Thanks Jeannie and Steve for mugging for the camera.....Tom.
The westbound Hiawatha excursions rounds into Glencoe.
MILW 261 backs into Minneapolis with the Hiawatha excursion
The 261 heads past the old grain elevator in Glencoe on its way to Brownton.
The MILW 261 Excursion train passes over a small bridge just north of Gaylord, MN
A 1/15 sec zoom pan reveals the MILW 261 Excursion train finishing up it's second runby in Hamburg, MN
The June 22nd trip from Minneapolis to Brownton Minnesota, shows the train returning into Minneapolis. Ex WSOR 101, a 1956 built EMD E9 led the charge into town.
Milwaukee Road 261 performs a photo run-by as part of the Gourment Express fall excursions. These PTC fundraiser trips were hosted on the former Milwaukee Road, now TC&W.
Milwaukee Road 261 rest for the night before taking part in some weekend excursions on the TC&W.
Milwaukee Road 261 charges down the main track on the BNSF Midway Sub past the shop at Harrison Street in Minneapolis. Soon, TC&W GP38-2 #2015 will lead the train onto the siding, so passengers m... (more)