There are two big wind turbines in the background that are completely lost in the heavy snow fall as CN 2626 eases it train down Byron Hill into Fond du Lac, WI.
Three EMDs elephant style grind up the famed Byron Hill with a southbound potash train.
CN 2273 just makes it over Byron Hill with the help of 2 helpers.
This is CN 2273's 2nd attempt at Byron Hill, climbing very slowly even with helpers pushing from behind.
CN train M346 claws it's way up Byron Hill from a dead stop at the bottom with a manned helper shoving on the rear.
The southbound is on its knees as it crests the long 1% climb up Byron Hill.
Both units are in notch 8 as they work up the steepest part of Byron Hill.
In a trademark shot on Byron Hill this loaded potash train climbs the grade assisted by a helper on the rear.
A trio of EMDs grind up Byron Hill in eastern Wisconsin just after leaving the Fond du Lac yard.
A very nice pair of EMDs tug hard on this loaded potash train climbing the famed Byron Hill in eastern Wisconsin.
A lone CN grey ghost grinds up Byron Hill in the hot afternoon sun as wildflowers sway in the breeze.
A CN Dash-9 leads a new 70M-2 up Byron Hill with a potash train; there was an SD40-3 on the back shoving. Oh, Don Kalkman, apparently we got up here before it got dark buddy. Nice try though.
A empty Union Pacific coal train climbs out of Fond du Lac on a blistering July afternoon.
Fondy-Barr Yard manifest on the WC grinds up Byron Hill with a colorful leader.
A short CN manifest begins the ascent from Lake Winnebago's watershed. Note the tail end of the train in the background.