A nice pair of SD60s replaces the casual ONE GE.
This was (obviously) their only unit...well It was better than having only one of something else, if you know what I mean.
When these CITX units are leading a consist like this, they're not so bad looking.
Fall colors are just slightly coming into the picture (no pun intended)
A typical 2 GE consist hustles by Milepost 63 on the C&M Sub.
Check out those birds flying away! (One is above the number board, the other is above the second car)
Some guys have all the luck :) I never expected to have a BNSF SD70ACe and 3 of its sisters leading a Canadian Pacific freight train through Sturtevant! (This was not a detour train)
Amtrak unit # 63 loading passengers at Milepost 63.
Two leased units lead this merchandise train west, as a curious jogger looks on.
Wow! How often do you see a Bandit GP40 leading 2 AC4400s?
The wrong unit was leading!
Amtrak 340 crusies by old searchlight singals, that are the standard on the C&M sub.
Amtrak 8 by the site of the former depot.
1 Unit wonder by the new depot.
7:45 on a winter morning in Sturtevant, WI, as Amtrak #320 (Milwaukee - Chicago) pays a visit. Verne Brummel (photographer) / Dave Cramer (photo editing). Visit our websites at - Railroad: Milwaukee RoadLocomotive: EMD E9(A)Location: Sturtevant, Wisconsin, USALocomotive #: MILW 31CTrain ID: AMTK 320Photo Date: February 26, 1972