Nekoosa Paper 14 leads the caboose train east past the semaphores at East Switch. This is the first time this locomotive has ran in several years.
Nekoosa Paper 14 rests at IRM.
A Southern Pacific refugee, Nekoosa Paper S6 22 works the paper mill at Port Edwards, Wisconsin. The crewmen seem to enjoy riding the front deck of the old Alco on a warm August day.
Nekoosa Paper 14 waits out the night at IRM.
Nekoosa Paper 14 sits on display at IRM.
Nekoosa Paper #22 switches the plant in Port Edwards with a solid set of Soo Line boxcars.
S6 #19 switches Nekoosa Paper in Nekoosa, WI in May of 1992. We spent several hours here just listening to the Alco burble while switching.
Oddly enough this Nekoosa Papers Alco looked like it had been recently painted and then shoved out of the shop onto a track that was dis-connected and the unit was off the track with at least one ... (more)
It seemed that owing to the GB&W's loyalty to Alco's that a number of the paper mills served by or in close proximity to the GB&W employed Alco units. It had been been a chilly morning in central ... (more)
An excellent line of engines, Nekoosa Paper S1 14, ComEd SW1 15, and WC SD45 7525 sit at IRM.
Nekoosa Paper S1 14 sits on display at IRM.
Nekoosa Paper S1 14, ComEd 15, BN 5383, MILW 760, and MILW 1603 all wait to proceed to their spots in the parade of power.
Nekoosa Paper 14 sleeps by barn 2, the diesel shop.
Nekoosa Paper 14 sits idle after the engineer totally ran her out of batteries.