Mogul No. 9, seen here through the the frame of Woodward Iron 2-10-0 No. 41, was built by Baldwin in 1884 for the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific. In later years it ran on the Dardanelle ... (more)
Mogul No. 9 was built by Baldwin in 1884 for the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific. In later years it ran on the Dardanelle & Russellville, a short line in Arkansas. It was the primary loc... (more)
Green Bay & Western 2-8-0 49 and Soo Line 4-6-0 2645 sit under the stars on a very cold night in November 2014.
Consumers Company 701 sits at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, rusting away in the weeds behind the car barn.
MCRY RS4TC 1256 backs to its train, preparing for its next run out of the depot.
SOO LINE 2645 was built for the original Wisconsin Central in 1900 by the Brooks Locomotive Works. The old 4-6-0 has spent pretty much all of her life in Wisconsin. The old steam engine has been m... (more)
The conductor helps guide the veteran S1 back to couple onto the outbound train. Next they will pull the train ahead then back it up to the depot. To ease in the loading of the passengers.
A second train followed behind the regular passenger train. With an assortment of mixed freight cars behind the coach. People could also buy tickets to ride the caboose up and down the line on the... (more)
A second train followed behind the regular passenger train. This train consisted of a coach and some mix freight. People could also buy tickets to ride in the caboose.
The snow train is almost at the end of it first leg of the trip. A little farther south from here. They will run around their train and head back north towards the museum grounds.
The 34th annual snow train rolls south through the winter wonderland on a beautiful saturday afternoon.
Former Copper Range 29 rests on display at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum.
Photo taken through baggage compartment door on Lackawanna coach 425.
Originally built in 1900 as Wisconsin Central 247, SOO 2645 was donated to Mid-Continent in 1988 by the City of Waukesha, Wi. where it had been on display. It was cosmetically restored in 2004.
Milwaukee Road RSC-2 988 sits on display at North Freedom.