MILW No. 22 leads a dead freight across the Columbia River at Beverly, WA. The massive bridge and train are minimized by the surrounding landscape.
MILW 22 leads an eastbound freight through ranch lands west of Ellensburg near Thorp, WA in the upper Yakima River valley. The train is head to Othello, WA and points east having originated in Tac... (more)
Milwaukee Road 22 crosses the Columbia River with an eastbound freight after descending Boyleston Hill, and after meeting a westbound at Beverly will have an easy run to its crew change at Othello... (more)
Milwaukee Road train 202 heads east at South Cle Elum past the old substation. This site is being restored to a museum commemorating Milwaukee's role in the history of the area.
MILW train 202 climbs east out of Kittitas, WA over Renslow trestle on its way to Beverly, WA and Othello for a crew change. The bridge which still stands in 2016 spans a valley that interstate 90... (more)
MILW 22 and two more SD40-2s lead train 202 across the Columbia River at Beverly, WA. Evidence of former catenary remains on the bridge, and the bridge still stands today as a monument to Milwauke... (more)
MILW 22 and two more SD40-2s have a roll on it at South Cle Elum as train 202 rolls by the depot and substation. Today this is part of a Washington state trail and the depot and substation have be... (more)
Slave master SD40-2, MILW 22, replete with icicle breakers leads scheduled freight 202 east along Hyak siding, just east of Snoqualmie Pass tunnel and summit. The train is en route from Tacoma, WA... (more)
Milwaukee Road SD's gather in the south lot between the Cutoff and the Diesel House.
Three Milwaukee SD40-2s lug 104 cars westward near Walkerville, Montana on Aug. 14, 1979 in former electrified territory. The rail low joints are easily seen.
A westbound freight departs the yard.
From the Colin Gray Collection