WSOR 1501 crosses Hwy I as it nears Adell, WI in October of 2009. The unusual crossing signal is due to a hill just before the crossing.
WSOR 4490 switches Badger Mining at Utley, WI in October of 1990.
We are aboard CNW 4479 as it heads to switch the fertilizer plant in Carrolville, WI in January of 1991. Once a busy industrial area, this is all that left to switch at this time. Lake Michigan is... (more)
UP 9289 leads a quintet of C40-8's just west of Cheyenne, WY in October of 1989.
CNW 5529 is crossing Buffalo Lake in Packwaukee, WI in January of 1988. The bridge was designed to open but I don't think it ever was. This shot reminds me of winters past in Wisconsin, as we have... (more)
WSOR 1501 crosses Hwy D north of Random Lake, WI in October of 2009.
Several beat up flatcars and trailers are part of a hospital train of wrecked cars heading to CNW's Butler Yard in April of 1986.
ATSF 520 is heading towards Argentine Yard in Kansas City in March of 1995.
VIA 5611 slows for a station stop in Coteau, Quebec in May of 1988. I remember this shot for talking to a local who actually preferred to speak English vs. the much more common French!
CNW caboose #11155 brings up the rear of a CNW freight crossing Buffalo Lake near Packwaukee, WI in January of 1988.
2001, A Space Odyssey? Not quite, but WSOR 2001 switches the interchange in Ackerville, WI in October of 2003. The GP/SW make for a strange pair.
3 big Alco 628's, led by CNW 6703, are about to duck under Hwy M35 as they depart Partridge Siding with a loaded ore train bound for Escanaba in May of 1986.
A rare brown Soo Line caboose trails a Lake States train south of Fond Du Lac in March of 1987.
CNW 6704 brings a freight into Butler, WI on a snowy day in December of 1985. The big Alco's would occasionally make the trip from Green Bay to Butler, but were usually used north of Green Bay.
CNW 1385 departs the Butler, WI yard with a trainload of passengers attending Butler RR days in June of 1984. The steam engine is slowly being rebuilt and will hopefully see action again.