As they often do late morning to midday, WSOR trains T4 and T6 exchange blocks in Milton Junction, WI. This is an example of the very early Watco days, with original WSOR power and road numbers, ... (more)
WSOR's T004 job switches about Milton, helping to build that evening's train to Chicago's BRC Clearing Yard with a former C&S ex-BN leader.
WSOR, or is it BN? Headlight dances across the frozen lake as it marches onward.
Over the summer, the WSOR bridge over the Fox River in Waukesha underwent some renovations, and here, we see ex-Colorado and Southern SD40-2 #4012 lead a late running Horicon-Janesville freight ac... (more)
With steel on steel screaming, ex-BN "Green Weenie" #4012 heads today's T004 off the CN and onto home rails for the trip to Milton, and ultimately Janesville. To the left lie a string of heavyweig... (more)
Southbound WSOR road freight, with one of the ex-BN units in charge, to Chicago meets the northbound road freight to Janesville.
A seven headed HJ (Horicon-Janesville) train spits and smokes as it rumbles down old Milwaukee Road trackage towards Milton Jct. During the summer and autumn, WSOR trains get awfully long with add... (more)
The Prairie job finally nears the WSOR Madison Yard after derailing a non-hazardous tank car at a Middleton industry the night before. The capitol dome is present in the background, visible from ... (more)
Changes - WSOR Engineer Sage looks back, watching his rear car swing off the wye at Brandon. In seconds the throttle will be in the corner, and the HOK will rock into Horicon with minutes to spare... (more)