Amtrak EMD F40PH No. 259 leads train 7, the westbound Empire Builder, as it departs Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on June 28, 1993. The westbound train is approaching the N. 25th Street overpass on Soo Li... (more)
Amtrak 377 leads the Empire Builder up Lake Hill on Milwaukee's south side in October of 1990. This is the ex-MILW C&M subdivision, now Soo Line in this shot.
The EB Empire Builder rolls through Caledonia behind locomotives in three different color schemes.
Fifty years prior to the other photos I posted today, MILW 35A posed at North La Crosse's station with Amtrak's North Coast Hiawatha. The westbound train would stop at Winona and Red Wing, MN befo... (more)
Amtrak 260 leads #8, The Empire Builder, thru Oak Creek, WI. in March of 1993. Lots of non-passenger revenue at this time.
Amtrak #8, the eastbound Empire Builder, has 2 Siemens Chargers, #'s 308 and 310 as it's only power this day as it crosses the Mississippi River and rolls into La Crosse, Wisconsin. Not only that,... (more)
ALC-42 Charger #308 leads Amtrak #8, the eastbound Empire Builder, into La Crosse, Wisconsin. #308 and Charger #310 are the sole power for today’s #8. Most of the train is still on that large dr... (more)
A Hiawatha train to Chicago makes it station stop at Sturtevant in the 10 inches of fresh snow received over the weekend.
Amtrak's Empire Builder departs out of the downtown Milwaukee Amtrak station. A Next-Gen ALC-42 leads Amtrak 144, a P42DC which was built in February 2002.
Amtrak's Veterans Unit #90221 leads Hiawatha Train 336 out of Milwaukee after having trouble with PTC.
Outrunning the storm - a Hiawatha Service train departs Sturtevant for Chicago as threatening skies approach. About 5 minutes later, severe thunderstorms struck.
Amtrak P42 182 leads the Westbound Empire Builder through Mauston.
For several years in the early 1990’s, Amtrak would borrow some equipment from Chicago’s Metra to sub for Amtrak trains on the Chicago to Milwaukee “Hiawatha” corridor on Thanksgiving week... (more)
The Westbound Empire Builder departs the Dells behind two of Amtrak's new ALC-42s.
Two new Chargers head-up the WB Empire Builder. Because of weather expected in North Dakota, this train 'turned' at St. Paul.