MILW (Soo Line) 2024 enters the connection track at Duplainville, WI in April of 1987.
MILW 362 is about to hammer the Soo Line crossing at Duplainville, WI in February of 1984. The tower and the Milwaukee Road are gone but this is still one of the busiest crossings in Wisconsin, no... (more)
Another quality intermodal train, led by a CN thunder cab, makes the charge north through Duplainville.
WC 4002 hammers the Soo Line diamond in Duplainville, WI on April of 1993. Funny, the WC is on former Soo Line tracks and the Soo is the former Milwaukee Road.
3 Trailer Train flatcars bring an unusual load thru Duplainville, WI in March of 1987. The load is from Phoenix Steel and almost looks like the framework for some type of movable bridge.
Soo 2405 is on the newly constructed wye at Duplainville, WI in August of 1987. The tower is long gone since this photo was taken.
A brand new Tier 4 leader guides this northbound manifest through North Duplainville.
After most of the fall colors have vanished, a few remaining berriesoffer a splash of color as Amtrak blasts through the Dupe at track speed.
Duplainville is the name of the crossing in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, where the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railroads cross. Approaching the crossing on November 16th, 2015, is a CP oil trai... (more)
A 26-car Canadian National ore train, with SD75I 5743 for power, accelerates toward the Canadian Pacific crossing at Duplainville, in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, on November 16th, 2015. The ore cars, wh... (more)
After making their delivery in Vernon Hills, IL, this empty rock train crawls up the siding at Duplainville running long hood forward to wait for a southbound manifest to clear the main before run... (more)
A 50 and a pair of 60s lead this colorful standard cablash westbound past the Milwaukee Road searchlights through the Dupe with empty ethanol cans in tow.
Classic EMD power notches up coming out of the hole in Duplainville with this extra freight manifest in tow northbound on a beautiful summer afternoon.
Summer colors have sprung up in Wisconsin as an all-BCOL cowl unit lashup leads this loaded sand train south through Duplainville.
Mixed freight on this short haul regional manifest as it heads south through Duplainville for BRC yard.