261 stomps by the Milwaukee Road depot at Buffalo Lake, Minnesota with a short freight train.
MILW 261 leads a gon train west through rural Minnesota just east of the town of Brownton on a rainy spring afternoon.
On a rainy Saturday, the fireman of Milwaukee Road 261 scans the countryside while the big 4-8-4 releases some extra steam as it returns light to Glencoe after the first day of Lerro's Productions... (more)
At the end of a long and successful weekend, Milwaukee Road 4-8-4 261 was posed next to Red River Valley & Western GP15C 4105 and two sisters. The RRV&W is a sister railroad of the Twin Cities & W... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 leads the 6pm employee train into downtown Minneapolis, MN.
Milwaukee Road 261 sleeps the night away at the Amtrak Depot. 261 had just been at Union Station in Chicago filming for the new Johnny Depp movie Public Enemies.
Hey man, that's cool! A 1959 Chevy Impala poses by a 1944 Alco 4-8-4, which will be used on BNSF's Employee Appreciation Trips out of Minneapolis.
While railfanning the Midwest in 1952, I got this shot of a Milwaukee Road 4-8-4 in Glencoe, Minnesota. Unfortunately, the color Ektachrome slide has faded badly in the years since, resulting in t... (more)
Looks like the fireman's gonna be in trouble. With a beautiful plume, Milwaukee Road 261 storms westward through Plato with a short passenger train. Thanks to Lerro Productions and the 261 crew fo... (more)
After a long weekend of runbys (53 to be exact) Milwaukee Road's most famous 'Northern' glistens in the evening sun at Hopkins before returning home.
MILW 261 heads back to the TC&W facilities to take on water and sadly start the day-long journey back to Minneapolis. A special thanks goes to the kind local who graciously moved his car before th... (more)
MILW 261 powers a freight out of the yard past the stopped Olympian Hiawatha as seen from the Skytop Dome Cedar Rapids. The other patrons had gone into town to wait for the arrival o... (more)
Though the skyline is far different than when 261 took Hiawathas out of Union Station on a daily basis, the giant smoking beast looks strangely at home.
Cloe, you check out the train, I'm gonna keep my eye on this fool with the camera who is about to fall off the fence into the you know what.