The last of its kind. EJ&E 703, the last J Ball locomotive, shoves its train down an industrial spur in Waukesha.
Done with their work at the Nestle Chocolate plant, the crew of CN L504 prepares to shove back to the Waukesha Sub mainline in Burlington. With EJE 703 and CN 9530 for power, the train's ultimate ... (more)
After switching the Nestle Chocolate plant in Burlington, L504 hustles north across Echo Lake with the EJ&E 703 in charge. For years, the 703 has stood as the only EJ&E GP38-2 remaining and one of... (more)
A pair of IC GP40Rs lead CN L504 south through Waukesha.
A pair of IC GP40Rs head light north through Waukesha to go pick up L504's train.
Shortly after switching the Nestle Chocolate plant in town, L504 crosses over Echo Lake with a pair of IC GP40Rs in the lead.
IC GP40R 3107, still sporting sharp deathstar paint, switches the yard in Waukesha.
CN train L504 leaves Dunn Paper Co.
A fallen flag GP40 hangs onto it's original paint here in Waukesha where the local works the Amron Spur with tanks for Ventura Foods before a transformer pickup at SPX.
CN L504 is heading back to the yard in Port Huron as they approach Lapeer Avenue with cars from various industries in the city.
A IC repaint leads the 504 local south through Pewaukee,
CN L504 is heading across the Black River in Port Huron as they return to the yard with one car from a local industry.
IC GP40R 3107 leads the Waukesha local south, coming up to the diamonds at Duplainville.
IC GP40R 3107 leads CN L504 south through Waukesha.
The unique opportunity to shoot this job with it's nose into the sun came about due to night job conductor Rob falling ill, requiring the day crew to head down the Amron Spur to spot Veggie Oil ta... (more)