The Milwaukee skyline makes a fine backdrop as Soo 6601 departs with a westbound freight in March of 1993. Much has changed in 30 years, from the number of tracks, to I-94, and to the skyline itse... (more)
BNSF Warbonnet 738 leads CP 540 East through downtown Milwaukee, passing a set of searchlights.
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 4602 and Amtrak 90221 notch out of downtown Milwaukee.
CP 8824 leads a very long manifest out of Milwaukee. BNSF SD70ACe 9351 helps the manifest get up to track speed.
Amtrak's Veterans Unit #90221 leads Hiawatha Train 336 out of Milwaukee after having trouble with PTC.
Amtrak explored the possibility of modern high-speed trains in the early 1990s, and leased two European electric trainsets for testing and revenue service on the Northeast Corridor between Washing... (more)
In 1992-93, Amtrak tested the Swedish-built X2000. The train was designed and built by Kalmar Verkstad (later merged with Asea Brown Boveri, Inc.) for the Swedish State Railways (SJ), and leased t... (more)
In the early 1990s, Amtrak explored the development of modern high-speed trains and leased two European electric trainsets for testing and revenue service on the Northeast Corridor between Washing... (more)
Unusual place for a high-speed train In 1992-93, Amtrak tested the Swedish-built X2000. The train was designed and built by Kalmar Verkstad (later merged with Asea Brown Boveri, Inc.) f... (more)
Halloween is only a few days away so what could be better than a ghost-like image of one of CNW's unique semaphores controlling the junction at St. Francis WI. in October of 1984? The approaching ... (more)
CNW 4104 works the small yard near Continental Grain in Bay View, WI in December of 1994. The Milwaukee skyline looms in the background.
One of Soo Line's rare SD60M's crosses 1st Street in Milwaukee, WI in March of 1991 as it starts its' journey south on the old Milwaukee Road C&M subdivision.
CNW 8025 brings a potash train past Airport (named for Mitchell Field) on Milwaukee's south side on a crisp February day in 1991. The train is on CNW's New Line.