From atop the tender, the fireman of MILW 261 looks on at the passing train.
Milwaukee 261 being prepared, serviced and coaled for her 3 day TC&W odyssey.
Milwaukee 261 running on the original Milwaukee, looking like her historic Olympian Hiawatha predecessor, and being watched in the fashion of her old print ads of the glory days.
Milwaukee 261 at night by Glencoe town water tower
Milwaukee Skytop Lounge Observation detail.
Milwaukee 261 makes a pretty picture traveling in farm country west of Minneapolis
MILW 261 is heading west to Glencoe as the sun is setting to be used for some night shots performed by Lerro Productions
The 261 gets a blow down as it prepares to back up out of the yard, enter the mainline, then head back north into Union Station. The boom shovel truck in the bottom right was used to pick up the 2... (more)
The 261 crew meet with the movie production crew on the day's plan. The ducks were just there for the free food.
Everybody look right! A couple of very tame ducks hang around the Amtrak employees feeding them. They were nice enough to pose for a few photos.
Several people participating in the Lerro Productions getting photos of the MILW 261 going away on one of many great photo run-by's
"Public Enemies" film crews get things set up shortly after the 261 entered the station. They covered up the advertisements and painted the yellow safety-step black. Ex-Montreal commuter cars were... (more)
Deadhead move towards Glencoe. A cloud got the sun at the last second, but thanks to digital photography, the shot still came out OK.
Recreating the "Good Ole Days" at Norwood, with Milwaukee Road 261. Thanks to Lerro Productions for setting this up.