Amtrak 186 leads the Empire Builder West through Lyndon Station.
The WB Empire Builder begins it trip to Portland and Seattle as it approaches the Sturtevant passenger station.
A Hiawatha service train from Chicago pulls across the Hwy 20 bridge after making its stop at the Sturtevant station.
A Hiawatha service train from Chicago slows to a stop at the Sturtevant station.
Amtrak Hiawatha Service #338 departs downtown Milwaukee for the for the hour and a half run to Chicago.
A detouring North Coast Hiawatha on the wooden trestle at the Hubbleton marsh westbound headed to Madison where it will turn north on Milwaukee Road's M&P line to Portage where it will regain the ... (more)
A nice Hiawatha set made the 11 am departure out of Milwaukee on 334. Although these B40's are in the wrong paint scheme, they still look cool on the front of passenger trains. Here the train pass... (more)
After narrowly missing the train at Columbus, we finally caught it at Portage after it stopped for a crew change and to allow the westbound Empire Builder to pass. This train also had UP 6310, ex-... (more)
The CP roadmaster waits for Amtrak 338 to pass before erecting cautionary track boards Hiawatha corridor service trains are down to 4 per day.
Running on-time, the SB Empire Builder passes a NB Canadian Pacific freight just north of Franksville in rural Racine County.
Amtrak's Empire Builder, with the Salute to Veterans unit 42 leading the way, at Pewaukee, WI.
It’s still strange to me seeing the Empire Builder stopping in Sturtevant, as the hiawathas stopped running because of covid. Even stranger is that BNSF didn’t mess this one up and it was even 3 m... (more)
An on time Amtrak #8 gets a pair of heritage painted units leading the way as they pull through Milwaukee on their way to Chicago.
A Chicago-Milwaukee train with two ex CNW bilevel coaches appears out of the fog at Sturtevant.
After the passage of a severe storm, Amtrak’s westbound Empire Builder thunders by the classic Milwaukee Road wood-framed depot at Brookfield, Wisconsin, on June 2, 1990.