#261 made a trip without diesel assist to the museum in Duluth and is now heading back to Minneapolis. The frigid summer temps were most welcomed.
A sight not seen these days A A-B-B-A set of Milwaukee road f units sits by the roads large shop Building ready to go on their next train in the Summer of 1976
Milwaukee Road 261 pulls the annual Gourmet Express past the famous 'windmill shot' in Augusta, Minnesota
After a stop in town, Milwaukee Road "GP20s" 991 - 985 continue southbound on the I&M subdivision at the 250th St overpass in Faribault, Minnesota circa 1973-1974. The track here has si... (more)
A southbound on the Milwaukee Road I&M division, led by Milwaukee Road "GP20s" 991 - 985, arrives in Faribault, Minnesota at the Division Street crossing circa 1973-1974. 991, built as ... (more)
Here is a closeup of the Milwaukee Road wreck crew in action re-railing a train near St. Paul, Minnesota in the early 1970's. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo.
Milwaukee Road H16-66 "Baby Trainmaster" 548 is in charge of a work train cleaning up a derailment near St. Paul, Minnesota in the early 1970's. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo.
For anyone that was here this day....you are looking at a pure photo, untouched by photoshop, simply downsized to fit the database. There were only two people standing by when the train left as e... (more)
My father get's a friendly wave from the engineer of Milwaukee Road RSC-2 577 in La Crosse, Wisconsin on September, 17, 1974. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo.
Second day of excursions along the former Pacific Extension was met with much greater weather. They had extra time so pulled out of the yard limits further west instead of just turning around dow... (more)
Second day across the TC&W, returning from Glencoe.
Second day across the TC&W, second runby after lunch....and it was amazing.
A bit of storm light highlights the consist of weekend excursions along the old MILW Pacific Extension. The storms forced the outdoor picnic inside the train itself, resulting in a longer run but... (more)
Passing the road power that might have, at one time, been assisting on the eastbound runs.