Finally the sun comes out . November being the cloudiest month of the year, i felt greatful.
Departing New Brighton eastbound with three old workhorse SD45s.
WC 6583, with a NS D8-40C along with another WC SD45 bring the WC to a stop waiting for the light.
Another all WC lashup! This time it was 7514,7638(ols)and 6582.
An all WC lashup in 2005, with one of the first paintscemes on the WC, along with the OLS unit 7638!
The dresser turn coasts past New Brighton with 2 SD60's and a caboose.
WC 7520, the FRV and WC anniversary unit at New Brighton.
Coal empties will continue south, when a crew returns.
Leaving behind a WC SD45.
Waiting to head back to Stevens Point
After coming up from Northtown, the WC Transfer waits to start picking up cars out of the Commercials Yard.
Detached from a WC SD45, two visitors set out four cars.
Two GP40s back up into New Brighton to call it a day. This was the only time I remember seeing two GP40s power a train out of here.
A hasty renumber of 4054.