Soo Line 2412 crosses the bascule bridge over the Manitowoc River in Manitowoc, WI in July of 1987. The crew was going to retrieve anything valuables from the now abandoned yard that used to serve... (more)
CWRC 1200 rests under a gantry crane in at the Miller Compressing scrapyard in Milwaukee, WI in December of 1992. The Allen Bradley clock, the largest 4 sided clock in the world at the time, says ... (more)
CNW 8042 has really dug up the gravel because of a derailment in June of 1992. The derailment occurred at the junction of CNW's Old Line and New Line in St. Francis, WI. That bent rail looks like ... (more)
CNW 6721 awaits her fate along with the rest of the Alco C628 fleet in Escanaba, MI in September of 1988. After a long, productive career on both the N&W and the C&NW, all the units would unfortun... (more)
TOFC? Tanker on flat car? GCTX 413115 rides a JTTX flatcar after a derailment in a photo taken in Caledonia, WI on the C&NW New Line in November of 1988.
Oops! Just a minor problem here. The Soo Line (ex-MILW) has derailed a few freight cars near the 6th Street Viaduct in Milwaukee in May of 1989.
Officer, stop that speeder! Speeder 8149 whizzes past the abandoned A68 tower on the C&M sub in Caledonia, WI in May of 1986.
FP7 #907 brings a commuter train thru Bayview Junction in May of 1988.
MILW 2014 emerges from the fog and Hoarfrost as it crosses the Menomonee River and Plankington Ave. in December of 1983. The Plankington Ave. bridge over the river is under construction and the tr... (more)
BN 8016 crosses the Missouri River near Broadway Blvd. in March of 1986. I'm unsure of why the bridge has a double deck appearance on one of the spans.
Both tunnels are still in use as CR 6369 leads a westbound freight thru town in June of 1992.
SP 8313 leads a colorful consist thru Clinton, Iowa in September of 1993. The train is on the Soo (ex-MILW) mainline.
Not welcome! I'm not sure what is more interesting, the Baldwin or the sign to keep out! E&LS 300 switches their yard at Escanaba (Wells) in August of 1984. The sign just makes the shot a little m... (more)
CP 771 leads a freight past a bucolic farm near Green Island, IA in September of 1993. The fields still have standing water in them from some serious flooding of the Mississippi River.
After meeting a westbound at Warren, the CP local to North Bay is once again underway in May of 1988.