A look at one of the many "endangered species" on the CN. WC units are disappearing day by day.
The 2nd in line WC3026 a GP40u carries the special paint scheme for the 150 Anniversary for the state of Wisconsin
Pulling through the New Brighton wye, this head end lash up will disconnect and return to SSP.
After they turned this trio on the wye, their hooked up and ready to go
Back in September, you could still see 3 SD45's together. This has gotten almost impossible now. Long live the WC!
Crossing an old tressle.
A string of Hyundai containers weave into the MNNR yard.
The one and only WC SD35 stands proud on a beautiful April day.
Engineer Ed Patten starts notching up in the MNNR's yard at New Brighton.
UP brought the coal loads to New Brighton, the power in the left distance, WC power has coupled on and is ready to take the the train east to Wisconsin. WC 6614 was retired February 2006.
88's power sits in the yard waiting for the WC to set out cars.
WC 6904 rolls past the rest of the train at New Brighton.
WC 6904 leads 2 other engines toward the Mainline after picking up 50 some cars in the commercials yard.
GCFX ( not renumbered to WC yet ) 6059 keeps company with WC 7500 and WC 7498.
An empty coal train with UP power arrives in New Brighton on CN's former Wisconsin Central.