After working the industries at Argo all night, WC 3018 and EJ&E 666 close in on Glenn Yard as they pass under Route 171.
Wisconsin Central train No. 348 rumbles into Sussex, Wisconsin, on March 22, 1996, in a view from Milwaukee Road’s “Bug Line” bridge, now a bike trail. A quartet of EMDs power the train—former San... (more)
A pair of switchers drill the yard as WC 6654 prepares to depart Shops Yard in Fond Du Lac, WI in May of 1996.
WC 7507 leads a grain train east out of the Tucson yard. Just about any sort of pool power could be found on the point of a train going east over "The Stormy".
Powered by a pair of Wisconsin Central’s husky SD45s, WC train No. 242 heads east (south) along Duplainville Road north of Duplainville, Wisconsin, after an early snow on November 11, 1995.
WC 6654 is about to duck under Hwy F as it crests Byron Hill south of Fond Du Lac, WI in May of 1996. Business has increased since the CN bought the WC and this line is now double tracked up the h... (more)
WC 6654 is ready to depart Shops Yard in Fond Du Lac, WI in May of 1996. The train will shortly begin its climb up Byron Hill, a steep enough grade to frequently require helpers. Fan friendly WC w... (more)
WC 3025 leads train 46 off the WC and onto the Soo Line to get into Milwaukee, WI from Fond Du Lac. On this day the train includes three passenger cars from Quad Graphics, picked up at their plant... (more)
WC 713, a former Soo Line GP30 featuring Alco AAR trucks, runs long hood front with a local freight on the Spencer-Ashland, WI line that branches off the mainline at Spencer. It appears the train ... (more)
WC 6553 brings a Milwaukee turn thru Grand Avenue on the Soo Line (ex-MILW) in December of 1994.
WC 6553 takes a slight detour around a de-railed Soo Line boxcar as it departs Fond Du Lac, WI in September of 1993.
Sometimes you have to play the hand you are dealt. The weather is horrible, but when you are chasing a rare locomotive, it sometimes doesn't matter. WC's rare SDL39 #590 (ex-MILW) leads a short tr... (more)
Eastbound Q384, led by a pair of Wisconsin Central units, enters the cut approaching the west portal of Sand Patch Tunnel. Sand Patch Tower is in the left background.
A pair of CSX units bracket a Wisconsin Central SD45 on an eastbound freight. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of Wisconsin Central SD45s lead westbound CSX autoracks through Dawson, Pa.