SOO 1003 eases through the near east side of Madison, headed to the WSOR yard
SOO 1003 reverses direction, heading back to the yard after making a run out to MX.
WSOR 10C idles at the Randal Avenue Platform, WSOR's ex-CNW bi-levels in tow.
1003 cruises towards the Madison WSOR yard at a blistering 10MPH.
With the 1003 tied up at the yard, several WSOR SD20s can be seen in the distance.
SOO 1003 pauses at the wye on the Cottage Grove Sub, preparing to back into the yard.
After dropping of coal for the UW heater, the MABLT heads west, off the isthmus. Visible near the horizon from right to left are Lake Monona, the Capital, and a giant tire fire 40 miles away.
A rare daylight JMA with 4025 at the front heads toward Edgerton, WI.
LLPX 2253 scuttles past, reminding me yet again that this is no longer C&NW territory.
Smokebox of SOO 1003 (note green classification flags behind numberboard)
With the SD20 #2055 belching smoke, the MABLT chugs westward on a cold November afternoon.
Roster shot of 3802 on a sunny fall afternoon.
WSOR 3801 pulls empties away from the UW heater on a chilly february afternoon.
3801 pulls the MALAM across the MX crossing (the only railroad crossing in the middle of a lake) with ice fisherman sitting contentedly waiting for a bite.