WAMX 4124 and 4206 head south with a short but heavy train. In the Conrail era (and perhaps even before), this section of track was the "Carl" block.
Grand Elk train 303, the Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo road local, gets underway after working Green Valley. WAMX 7030 was transferred to the Grand Elk from the Wisconsin & Southern and was their numb... (more)
Grand Elk's 303 rolls south through Moline past a much smaller engine!
Three GP's switch in Wayland on a beautiful spring evening, they have made their way up from Kalamazoo bound for Grand Rapids and then return south. The 7030 is fairly new to the property at this ... (more)
303's power lay's over at Grand Elks yard in Kalamazoo on a bitterly cold night.
After switching out a local customer, the WSOR twins and a GP39-2 shove back to their train before heading south with a destination of Kalamazoo.
303 Pulls ahead after making a cut to spot and pull a local agriculture place in town as my good friend Trevor tries to drive the wooden train but had no success but we were able to get some good ... (more)
WATCO who? A scene that looks like it is around Janesville WI with the WSOR and UP power leading the way is actually Grand Elk's train 303 as it works it's way south from Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo... (more)
303 switches Bay in Wayland which is one of Grand Elks Larger customers on the north end of the railroad. Crews can spend several hours switching here.
303 is all doubled up and pulls south as they wait for a track authority south.