WSOR 4050 is heading to Janesville as it passes thru Milton, WI on a beautiful Autumn day in November of 2014.
As modern (for the WSOR) power gets worked on, a safety sign from the WICT days still conveys its message.
A variety of Wissor power idles at the roundhouse in Janesville, a fun place to observe a nice paint scheme while waiting for crews to come on duty.
An afternoon T004 crosses under the UP Adams Sub as it travels south on the CN Waukesha Sub en route to home rails about 10 miles away
I must say, I do like the look of an SD40-2 with out dynamic brakes, though my friend at the throttle may disagree! A four pack of SD40s and an MP15 haul the Mon-Sat southbound freight from Horico... (more)
With less than a month left before becoming part of the Watco family, Wisconsin & Southern's Prairie turn nears the Wisconsin River Valley.
A windmill train bound for Cambria Wi. works its way through Waukesha.
The extreme cold has taken a toll on Chicago's railroads, as Sunday's CJ was forced to tie down and await a cab at Lemoyne, dead for time.
The WSOR Janesville-Monroe Job leaves Janesville to begin work on the Monroe Sub.
WSOR crossing the Rock River in Janesville, WI.
WSOR runs long hood forward past the farms of southern Dane County.
WSOR 4050 leads a former IC SD20 "Skunk" on a grain train.
WSOR 4050 leads a "grain extra" through Milton. Thanks alot to Michael Gramm for leading the way through unfamiliar territory.
About to cross SWAMP ANGEL ROAD, I don't know, but that name kills me.