ICE and DME used to rule the CP Watertown sub back in the summer of 2012, but now, "Blue and Yellows", and in fact all SD40-2s have become scarce. Here a nice lashup rolls around the curves on des... (more)
After crossing the CN and re-entering WSOR trackage, T010 creeps towards Ackerville, where they will work the small yard/interchange.
The second of two NS led southbounds is hangin' loose (as per the hogger's wave) and flying out of Rugby Jct.
An NS GE and a CSXT EMD lead a CN freight south through Slinger, WI. I vow to return when the white stuff flies.
North Lake Sand stands guard over the former CNW as remnants of days gone by sit outside of Corey Oil, all whilst yet another freight heads west for Minnesota.
Classic motors from both GE and EMD bring their train down the siding at Duplainville to meet a northbound.
With a GEVo at each end, 298 eases into Milwaukee.
This GE seems a bit lost as it leads the Fond du Lac - BRC: Clearing freight south.
The Butler - Adams wayfreight kicks up leaves as it flies west behind a fresh looking lease unit and an Armour Yellow compadre.
A fresh ex-Oakway SD60 leads the daily 446 south through Waukesha, WI.
The WSOR's daily Horicon to Janesville train speeds under the Union Pacific Adam's Line as it traverses the CN's Waukesha Sub en route to home rails.
As CN L504 waits on the siding behind a Q Train as A446 creeps down the main after loosing his air at the north end of the siding.
As the early winter sun makes a mad dash for the horizon, a cowl bodied Dash-8 gurgles through Waukesha.
On an unseasonably warm afternoon, a pair of ES44ACs sling west around a curve on a approach to Nashotah Siding.
A Blue and Yellow duo take cans west.