Fellow railroader, and railfan, Josh Dulak, goes out on a limb to grab his shot of the WSOR T006 crossing the Rock River at Edgerton. I'm not as graceful as Mr. Dulak, so I chose to capture the wh... (more)
The T006 crew display the American Flag in honor or Veteran's Day as they round the bend in McFarland.
WSOR's unit grain train snarls morning rush hour traffic in downtown Madison, WI as they slowly make their way through town. They're overtaking a Milwaukee painted E Unit, which is a static displa... (more)
WAMX 4176 and three other SD40-2s, including the newest edition to WSOR's roster, WAMX 4197, lead a 100 car grain train through Shorewood Hills on the WSOR Prairie Sub.
T006 is cranking on all cylinders as they fly over the Yahara River on their way East.
WAMX 3947 and a pair of SD40-2s are in the process of delivering a hot car as they negotiate the tight curve of the Ortega lead.
WAMX 3947 is about to rumble beneath Terminal Drive with a 135 car T006.
South Central Wisconsin has received it's first measurable snowfall of the season far earlier than normal. This created some unique photo opportunities. It was a rare treat to shoot a train rollin... (more)
WAMX 4183 leads the T006 through McFarland, after the first measurable snowfall of the season.
4176 has just crossed the Rock River and is about 20 minutes from Milton Junction where they will begin their work.
The entire train is in frame, as WAMX 4176 and 4183 are about to lead the T006 over Hannerville Road, a couple miles Northwest (railroad West) of Edgerton.
With temps in the negative teens, WSOR T006 crawls along through Stoughton.
WSOR T006 is just rounding the bend into Stoughton on a bone chilling day.
WAMX 4176 and 4187 lead 26 cars on the daily Madison to Janesville manifest. Normally the speed on this section of track is 40 MPH, but due to extremely cold temperatures, WSOR decided to temporar... (more)