Built in February 1966 for the Gulf Mobile & Ohio, IC 6051 still polishes the rails. Being heavily rebuilt by the IC, this unit now sports no dynamics, Air Conditioning, a new IC standard 5 chime ... (more)
A tad dirty, but at the time still proudly displaying the once proud Wisconsin Central.
A long awaited Dresser Turn finally slams the diamonds at New Brighton just before sundown.
WC 7520 leads a fake WC (SD40-3) and the WC 6002, prior to the wreck. Now, the 7520 is scrapped and the 6002 is back on the rails.
One of only 24 SD45s left on the CN. Charlie McDade, who started on the WC a few months after start up, is in charge of the 7527 today.
Looking fresh, the 2500 leads the WC 406 today.
A look at one of the many "endangered species" on the CN. WC units are disappearing day by day.
The one and only WC SD35 stands proud on a beautiful April day.
Coal empties will continue south, when a crew returns.