Completing a move, just a little difference between the condition of the trackwork...
Documentation for the "before & after" comparison.
What looks to be a dispatchers desk is actually the control stand on the CSXT 84. Wisconsin and Southern Engineer Josh looks things over before starting his moves for the day.
CSXT 4617 is the last unit to still carry the C&O paint on its long hood. This unit is only is only on the wsor for a few days while the next csxt ballast train is being loaded.
The 4052 and 4054 are the newest engines to be added to the Wisconsin and Southern roster.
With its white class lights on the WSOR passenger train will be departing Janesville and heading to Monroe , Wi and later on today it will be heading to Madison , Wi
Snow from the previous night's storm lingers on the nose of the 10A as the pair of E9A's lay over near the roundhouse.
WSOR's pair of E9A's lay over in Janesville waiting for the next trip.
Wisconsin and Southern JMR train waits in the Janesville Wi west yard for the IC&E to clear. The train was handed off to Jex crew and once the IC&E clears they will yard the Monroe Train
Another stranger to the Wisconsin and Southern. After a face lift on this former Kennecott Copper gp-39 its time to head to WSOR'S Horicon Paint Shop.
Maggio lends a helping hand in changing out trucks on the wsor 4004.
UP 1320 leads UP 1317, but the highlight of the train is that good old CNW caboose!
SD40-2s, SD20s, and a GP38.WSOR 4025, (25th anniversary unit) WSOR 4007, WSOR 2056, WSOR 2055, WSOR 2053 (OLS unit)
UP 1312 is pulling crossing a 4 lane road. The conducter told me that these cantilever crossing signals are only about a year old.