The CP roadmaster waits for Amtrak 338 to pass before erecting cautionary track boards Hiawatha corridor service trains are down to 4 per day.
Independence Day, while it is owned by a Canadian Railroad before, this SD60 was SOO before, making it American. This is an extra train bringing a bit cut of autoracks to Bensenville from St. Paul
I was not planning on catching this, but when it got hit by the detector for a sticking brake, i flew trackside to get some last light shots of this beautiful unit. Shortly after I arrived it bega... (more)
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)
The EB Empire Builder stops at Sturtevant for passengers during the reduced schedule in the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor. The Empire Builder also stops at the Milwaukee Airport.
A Chicago-Milwaukee train with two ex CNW bilevel coaches appears out of the fog at Sturtevant.
CP 6069, a SD40-2 in Canadian Pacific’s multimark scheme, splits the searchlights at Sturtevant with a loaded ballast train.
As the morning clouds roll away, a pair of CP Multimark SD40-2s lead a ballast train south through Sturtevant, WI.
A BNSF unit leads the Empire Builder during its temporary station stop to pick-up corridor passengers at Sturtevant.
A pair of railfans give a wave to an eastbound CP freight on the Milwaukee-Chicago mainline at Sturtevant, a favorite train watching spot in southeastern Wisconsin. The consist is a mix of CP and ... (more)
CP heritage SD70ACU 7011 leads 686 east past the vintage searchlights in Sturtevant.
The CP business train heads east through Sturtevant, splitting a set of classic Milwaukee Road searchlights.