With barely any sunlight left and rain rolling in from the west, the crew of Soo Line 2-8-2 #1003 is braving out the cold weather to get the train solid for tomorrow's photo charter. With a large ... (more)
Billy B gets the shot.......Adam Farence Photo
SOO Mikado #1003 prepares to leave the Horicon Yard.
Fresh out of the The Wisconsin and Southern’s Paint Facility in Horicon, Wisconsin, on September 17, 1995, is the first Wisconsin Central EMD F45 to be repainted, No. 6650. WC bought six F45s and ... (more)
Its best days behind it, MARC 91, nee CB&Q E8 #9973, has become the source of parts for other WSOR E units.
An orphaned Alco, nee GB&W #303, sits in WSOR's Horicon Yard.
Soo 1003 passes through Horicon on its way to Hartford, WI for a display event.
What started life as Milwaukee Road 202A in 1956 has worn many different paint schemes for many roads. Some of those include Alaska RR, Amtrak, Milwaukee Road as stated above, and the short lived ... (more)
Adam Farence Photo....
WSOR 101 is ready to depart Horicon with a business train for Milwaukee on a beautiful Spring day in 2009.
WSOR 3811 and another Watco colleague switch out cars at the United Cooperative elevator in Horicon, holding up another WSOR job from either Oshkosh or Markesan on the main just up the line.
WSOR 101 is grouped together with two of Wisconsin & Southern's MP15ACs in the yard at Horicon.
Just out of Horicon, a pair of Wisconsin & Southern MP15AC's thunder south with the L599 local to Ackerville.
Picking up orders in Horicon, WI. Prior to setting out a string of sand hoppers in the Horicon Yard, the crew of SOO 1003 receives orders for her dead-head run back to quarters in Hartford,... (more)