M-19 Fairmont Speeder, east of Beverly, WA--volcanic ash from Mouth St. Helen's 1980 eruption is visible on the tracks.
In the winter of 1980 The Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific Rai... (more)
In the winter of 1980 The Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific Railroad (Milwaukee Road) abandoned almost two thousand miles of track west of Miles City Montana. The abandonment of the “Pacific E... (more)
Milwaukee Road Engineer John Mullenbach and Amtrak Conductor Dick Seivert and an unknown crewman converse at the exhibit trains stop at the Dells. Back in those days all Amtrak trains on Milwaukee... (more)
Engineer John Schwab climbs aboard the westbound Empire Builder that he'll run from Milwaukee to Lacrosse,WI.. John hired out on the Milwaukee Road in 1937 as a Fireman and was promoted in 1951. J... (more)
Milwaukee Road 101A leads a F7B and E9 along with what I would assume is the Afternoon Hiawatha at New Lisbon. Photo has been in my collection, no photographer listed on slide.
Montana is a great place to trace the footprints of the Milwaukee Road. The depot seen here sits along the river, it's tracks now a pedestrian walk. Built in 1910, the depot was used as a passen... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 highballs through Buffalo Lake and past the Milwaukee Road depot with a freight train in the rain on a photo charter arranged by Lerro Productions on the Twin Cities & Western e... (more)