Soo Line 754 brings a freight thru Allenton, WI in August of 1984. Hard to believe this was almost 33 years ago! This line became Lake States, then Wisconsin Central, and is now an important part ... (more)
CNW's Malone depot is part of the Co-op in Malone, WI in June of 1992. Originally built by the Sheboygan and Fond Du Lac RR, it later became part of the CNW. The line here was abandoned in the 195... (more)
UP 6936 leads a directors special thru Mount Pleasant, WI in May of 2008.
It may be lettered for the Wisconsin and Calumet, but the Santa Fe heritage of this caboose cannot be denied as the crew does some switching in Milton, WI in January of 1989.
A McKeen railcar rests at the Kettle Moraine Scenic Railroad in North Lake, WI in October of 1992. The unit was difficult to photograph as it was surrounded by trees. Originally built in 1910 for ... (more)
WC 4002 hammers the Soo Line diamond in Duplainville, WI on April of 1993. Funny, the WC is on former Soo Line tracks and the Soo is the former Milwaukee Road.
BN 7865 departs Lacrosse, WI with a hot piggyback train in October of 1986.
Arguably one of the best RR heralds ever, WICT 901 proudly wears its herald on the nose of a F-unit in January of 1989.
CNW 5515 brings a freight past the CNW depot in Oak Creek, WI in February of 1991. The train is on CNW's Old Line, which was the passenger mainline between Chicago and Milwaukee.
Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride! Amtrak Empire Builder #8 is taking the siding at Lake to pass a Soo Line freight on the mainline in November of 1997. I'm not sure why the dispatcher did ... (more)
EMD Leasing 1557 (ex-NW 1557) leads a freight thru Hoffman Avenue in St. Paul, MN in October of 1991.
CNW 6805 splits the semaphores near Knapp, WI in March of 1990. I wish I could have cut the pole down!
An eastbound loaded BN coal train heads into an S curve along Hwy 2, west of Alliance, NE in May of 1991.
Where's the train? The tracks are still in but the C&O no longer serves the carferry in Milwaukee, WI. The lower level now hold autos, not freight cars. There were 3 car ferries that carried RR fr... (more)
WC/ATSF 5399 leads 6 units, 5 of them still lettered and painted for the ATSF, into CNW's Butler yard in December of 1994.