Adam Farence Photo.
Candy Apple Red! SOO 4403, the first unit to be painted Candy Apple Red, and still w/o nose stripes, leads an eclectic passenger train northbound thru Oak Creek, WI in August of 1989. The consist ... (more)
We're in the siding at Braymer,MO. for a meet with a UP coal train. I've been on the Track Evaluation train for almost a week now traveling the entire CP/SOO system in the states. I'll stay with t... (more)
Train 910 powered with 4403,711 and 2412 makes its way east out of a sag near Garnet. The short siding at Garnet with 60lbs rail wasn't used except for an occasional wood chip or pulp load. It onl... (more)
One of the Soo Lines first repaints into the solid red and white scheme has just been washed and is awaiting assignment at St. Paul Yard.
This pair of SOO GP38-2's await their next assignment in Duluth.
The 3D shoving a cut into AGP.
A Z-train splits the signals and crosses over from Main 2 to Main 1 after running around a lower priority empty grain train.
LaCrosse Roadswitch working in the yard.
SOO GP and an ex GP40X switching Stinson Yard
Nothing like watching others work!
Northbound freight stopped in town to drop off local crew for the night
Last active Wig Wags on CP in the US.