A Northbound CN manifest breaks the silence in Sussex. Leader was a Cowl unit, number and train symbol unknown.
On a pleasant morning in Waukesha, an extra rack train creeps north into town behind other traffic with a nice "DeathStar" on point.
A pair of "DeathStar" SD40-3s head up the long distance local to Waukesha, as they start their trek back towards their terminal at Fond du Lac.
After finishing up their work at Quad Graphics L508 begins the long hour and a half wait before getting permission to head back to Shops Yard.
A long Janesville to Horicon train pauses at Genessee Depot to wait for the go ahead to mark up with the Canadian National, as they need to traverse a decent stretch of CN to get from their Waukes... (more)
After completing their work at Quad Graphics Lomira, the 508 turn heads back north and readies for their speedy descent down Byron Hill.
BNSF power scores the lead this morning as this regional manifest works its way south to start the climb up Byron Hill.
This late afternoon stack train is making its way south over the elevation through Lomira as the sun sets and offers some golden light.
The 508 turn makes its way back down Byron Hill to return to Shops Yard after dropping off its daily load of boxcars to Quad Graphics in Lomira.
This stack train adds some color, as it begins the climb up Byron Hill, to an otherwise bland early spring scene in rural Wisconsin farm country.
As this manifest flies down Byron Hill northbound for Shops Yard, the sun starts to fade away on this frigid March day.
A CN unit and a UP unit accelerate through town past the former home of the Winnebago Cheese Company.
A pair of standard cab SD60s lead this CN manifest south through the town of Sussex and past a no longer useful siding that has been removed
A pair of matched ICE'r units pull hard on the daily 485 manifest after crossing the diamond at Duplainville.
A trio of WSOR SD40-2s have their hands full with a long Horicon - Janesville train as they climb a slight hill on the trip southwest to Milton.