A 4 pack of EMD’s lead T004 into Milton, WI through some fall foliage where they will work an industry before continuing their trip to Janesville.
A fair amount of snow is being kicked up as WAMX 4219 and 3 other SD40-2s roll West on the WSOR Waukesha Sub.
WSOR T004 rolls past CPI's grain elevator, between Whitewater and Lima Center.
WSOR T004 kicks up some snow as the roll along at 10 MPH up grade out if Whitewater.
WAMX 4219, the only WSOR engine to feature a nose headlight and a red goose logo on the short hood, leads three other SD40-2s past the Whitewater depot on a frigid January afternoon.
WAMX 4179 leads the WSOR's Chicago bound manifest through Janesville. The head end has just entered WSOR property, after utilizing UP trackage rights to go from Anderson to Janesville.
T004 has stopped at Vickerman Road, just East of Milton. Tthey will cut off holding on to the head block of grain, and spot it at the ethanol plant, which is just over a mile to the West.
T004 is only a few miles from Milton where they will stop the train to do work.
Grain elevators are major business to the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad, as T004 rolls past WSOR customer CPI.
WAMX 4171 leads a trio of SD40-2s past the Whitewater depot on Wisconsin's first rail line.
Engineer Matt Heeren grabs another notch as he takes his train West towards Whitewater.
With a fresh crew aboard, WSOR T004 bombs through Eagle.
WSOR T004 basks in the moonlight while waiting to enter Metra territory at Fox Lake.
Making its nightly run to Chicago, the 4174 is dressed in flags and bunting for the celebration of Independence Day.
With the four locomotives in notch 8, a 102 car Horicon to Janesville,WI manifest crawls into Rubicon,WI