Four "Blue and Yellows" bracket three other SD40-2s with a short 277 train.
After nearly 46 years of faithful service on this line, former Milwaukee Road 190 (with her true colors showing through), leads yet another train on the old Milwaukee.
A pair of Hockey Stick SD60s lean into Brookfield, WI with the morning stacks. It's always a treat to catch a leader with marker lights intact.
CNW 8701 and a fresh new GEVo bring a UP Cares Special into Butler yard for a trip on the Adams Subdivision.
Two Candy Apples handle the morning stacks.
Miller Brewing watches over the old Milwaukee Road as two new CP GEVo's and some elder GE's ease a 282 train through a "code-failed" Grand Ave.
277 is almost on top of the defect detector at MP. 108.2 on it's way west with a friendly crew and some classic power.
T004's crew has finished setting out some cars in Waukesha and is now tying the train down till a new crew can take over. Re-crews are no small feat on a railroad like the WSOR and I was home by t... (more)
All four SD40-2's are notched out and humming as they bring train 277 west through my hometown. This train has a few days left ahead of it before it will reach it's terminating point of Huron, Sou... (more)
A neat lashup leads the Butler-Adams Local through Sussex. For a train that usually has a Geep or two, this was a welcomed sight!
A pair of Ponies are in charge of a CN southbound as it heads through Duplainville.
A duo of SOO SD60s bring the morning stacks through Oconomowoc at track speed.
A quartet of EMD's are singing a wonderful song as they fly, notched out, west in the late afternoon.
A lone widenose GP40 is in charge of a southbound rail train. Looks like she got a fresh coat of paint somewhat recently!
At a crossing that can only be defined as "Rural", a loaded sand train heads east towards Butler Yard.