Soo Line 233 wyes its power on the Beer Line or Nut Line as some called it. This is the 32nd St bridge...…...
Soo Line train 233 wyes its power on the "Beer Line" at North Milwaukee on the 32nd Street bridge.
FM's 780 740 707 760 and upper corner of the photo is 629.....the 780 and 760 were used around Milwaukee quite a bit on the beer train and northside transfers....the 740 and 707 were R&SW engines ... (more)
The Freightmaster train dynamics analyzer was housed in a panel truck(type unknown)for the re-training of Engineers on the Milwaukee Road back in 1982.Under the guidance and direction of Mr. Craig... (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.
Making a rare move to switch National Warehouse, the Marsh Job shoves a pair of box cars in the clear to make room for a single car pull.
The only remaining tracks from the route of the CNW 4... (more)
CP 8552 leads 281 west out of Milwaukee.
An all EMD consist in 2020 certainly gives a good feeling. Ex-SOO 6061, now CP 6261 leads 281 with a GP20C-ECO and a SD30C-ECO
CP 6067 leads a ballast train west out of downtown Milwaukee.
CP 6067 reverses a ballast train into Muskego Yard
Making way out of downtown, the pair of multimark "Pacmans" head west for the cut-off, where they'll make their shove move into Muskego Yard.
The pair of "Pacmans" shove into Muskego Yard, passing the Cut-off. It was a fun couple days chasing SD40-2's around.
Milwaukee! Cream City, Brew City, Beer City, Brew Town, Beertown, Miltown...whatever you prefer! A Canadian Pacific ballast train with a pair of SD40-2's attracted a lot of attention around town t... (more)