May 10, 1990, didn’t know what season to be in Wisconsin as green trees and grass try to emerge from beneath a good snowfall. Soo Line train No. 943 heads westbound at Pewaukee with new EMD SD60M ... (more)
The last Soo Line SD60M is seen here leading for one of the last times in this paint job. Shortly after this was taken, the SD60M would go and get rebuilt and repainted into "Canadian Pacific... (more)
CP train B-73 will pick-up and take to NRE Silvis.
Soo Line on the Soo Line These two former Soo SD60's are in about run 5 as they shove this ballast train through the tipple at Dresser Trap Rock, Inc. Without a digital speedometer, the eng... (more)
Soo Line on the Soo Line: No your eyes do not deceive you, that is the actual grade of the track leading out of the tipple on the North side. By the time you are loading the last car, you a... (more)
SOO 6061 rounds a curve on the countryside in Puslinch on its trip west leading CP 147. Trailing where UP 3747 & BNSF 4672.
099 heads East through Rawl after a lengthy wait for a signal out of Williamson, with a Soo Line SD60M leading 5 Great Britain Railfreight EMD Class 66's, coming from the EMD plant in Muncie , and... (more)
SOO SD60M 6061 leads 182 over the temporary fill over Shermer Road in Northbrook. UP filled this area with rocks until a new bridge is built after UP dumped a coal train and caused the old bridge ... (more)
SOO 6061 leads CEFX 2786 across the bridge at Galt with mixed freight up front and 81 empty ethanol cans on the rear.
I woke up at 2:00 am expecting another train, but instead I got this...you will not see me complaining at all! A late running 182 does it's thing making good time on the hill east of Wyocena.
A very late running 272 train makes its way past the Roselle Metra depot under the cover of darkness.
Always nice to shoot the Soo, it's a rapidly dying breed. CP 627 lead by Soo 6061 hauls ethanol empties into the siding at Puslinch to allow the London Pickup to pass by.
An eastbound ICE train from Nahant passes under Coombs Road shortly before entering Metra territory.
Luck is all you need sometimes. Me and a few buddies chased this 627 from Guelph Junction to this location on a essentially cloudy afternoon. As soon as we saw this guy turn around the bend down t... (more)