Four Chicago & North Western C628’s wait for their next call in the yard at Escanaba, Michigan. The first two are in Zito Yellow, while the others are in traditional Stagecoach Yellow.
Chicago & North Western Alco C-628 No. 6709 sits at the locomotive facility at the railroad’s Escanaba Yard in the upper peninsula of Michigan on October 18, 1986. Several of the former Norfolk & ... (more)
While the Groveland Mine north of Iron Mountain was operating the CNW ran a daily train from Escanaba to interchange with the Milwaukee Road at Iron Mountain. This job, the Antoine Turn normally h... (more)
After waiting out a meet with a eastbound ore load and taking a lunch break at the Little Lake VFW this westbound empty has tied back onto their train and with one of the few Zito yellow C628's on... (more)
CNW 6709,6716,6708 are just getting ready to couple back up to their train, after the crew has returned from lunch at the local VFW post at Little Lake. The 6709 was one of a few C628's to get the... (more)
Newly arrived from N&W for ore service, these beauties spelled doom for the six axle FMs.
A pair of C&NW Alcos rest around the Escanaba turntable between ore runs.