This is one of those rare March days in Wisconsin where a T-shirt suffices riding out an industry spot.
WSOR Reedsburg turn throttles up after a set out a couple miles back.
WSOR veteran Engineer Robert Eineke eases his train out onto the bridge crossing Lake Wisconsin at Merrimac. In a couple months boats will dot the lake on Sunday afternoons like this.
This unit has been sitting in the yard for several weeks now, not far from the "dead line" ...
PHL 46, an ex-UP SD24B, sits on the Alameda Corridor waiting to head back to the harbor.
WSOR "skunks" are starting to show their age.
WSOR Reedsburg turn busts through the work of the plows leaving Madison.
First car to be spotted at Milk Specialties.
A meet on the IHB: The northbound, with the GP40, prepares to pickup the conductor of the southbound train, with one of the IHB's SD20s.
The Prairie job interrupts the quiet of Lone Rock on its way west. The MILW spur to Richland Center broke off here at one time, today a stub track remains.
WSOR 1848 working one end of a passenger train as part of the Green Co. RR days events, seen here passing the old Juda depot away from me. 1848 was the WSOR Wisconsin sesquicentennial painted & n... (more)
unloading rock along the new doubletrack between Parkwood and Graces
This engines has seen better days