WC FP45 6652 and an SD45 mate have their train in dynamic braking as they descend Byron hill and near their arrival at North Fond du Lac (Shops Yard). This unit has enjoyed at least four Santa Fe ... (more)
WC train 243 has just completed its run from Chicago to North Fond du Lac led by WC's sole FP45 no. 6652. WC breathed new life into this unit along with several F45s and a healthy group of former ... (more)
WC 6652 a former Santa Fe FP45 heads a northbound freight out of Byron siding and begins its descent down Byron hill and into North Fond du Lac (Shops Yard). Wisconsin Central was a fan favorite, ... (more)
WC's lone big FP45 toiled in freight service nearly all the time. But on a snowy spring day in 1996 it was found leading an AMT unit and a lengthy train of private cars eastbound near Trout Lake.
In a scene that would never be repeated, Wisconsin Central's one and only FP45 (ex ATSF) leads CSX train Q213 by the south end of Woodland on CSXT's Fitzgerald Subdivision.
Wisconsin Central train No. 51 passes underneath the Chicago and North Western’s Adams Line at Sussex, Wisconsin, on April 16, 1997. On the point is WC’s only EMD FP45, No. 6652, followed by an SD... (more)
WC's lone FP45 and SD45 6585 comes thundering around the curve at Brampton with 100 loads.
WC 6652 and 6602 speed around the curve at Rugby Junction with train 46. The 6652 wore an untouched ATSF warbonnet scheme and kept its Santa Fe number for quite awhile when it first came to the WC... (more)
Cityscape- The queen herself.. WC's only FP45 leads train T045 on the B&OCT's Altenhiem Sub near Springfield Avenue. The "New" and old Sears tower can be seen over the tops of the trees, in this w... (more)
The only FP45 that WC bought managed to run around in a few different looks before it was finally given a full repaint. It first operated in full Santa Fe paint and number, then it was ran in this... (more)
WC engineer Chuck Goeschel has a steady hand on the throttle as he pilots a classic WC consist east with train GBSOA. The 6652, 1756 have 40 cars of mixed freight in tow. That is the WC's only FP4... (more)
Passing the ore dock at Escanaba with another train load of Empire Mine pellets, the WC's only FP45 leads SD45 6585 and a long string of ex CNW ore cars into the yard.
Another fantastic consist, only to be found on the WC at this late date leads train GBSO west of Trout Lake. The WC's only FP45, 6652 is followed by AC 1750, WC 3006,6651,3007.
An ex Santa Fe FP45 and three SD45's rumble through Grays Lake as they head for Schiller Park. They are about to hit the ex MILW diamonds that is now operated by Metra.