Hallett Dock no. 11 sits outside the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
Its early evening in the summertime and one of the Amtrak trains has a problem with an old NP baggage cars. The Portage car department and switch crew get envolved to get the problem corrected and... (more)
Ah, the impetuousness of youth. We saw this, snapped a few casual shots, maybe spending 15-20 minutes and dashed off in search of something else. We should have stayed and savored for hours, eve... (more)
Temptation was too much for some railfan I guess. FM might have lasted longer if they had that great medallion on the front of everything. Another great advertising icon cast aside.
The road to Appleton ran beside yards. It was hard to figure out how to get a good shot without tresspassing and getting into trouble with authorities. So I took a street with a grade crossing and... (more)
Upon my arrival, Green Bay greeted me with beautiful Fairbanks Mores switchers still chugging along. In 1973 Green Bay was a busy railroad place with a lot of railroad infrastructure still standin... (more)
MILW H10-44 760, the former demonstrator, and MARC 92 head to their spots in the diesel parade.
Hallett Dock # 11 sits outside the Lake Superior Railroad Museum
Hallett's FM rests in the weeds at the end of the dock, destined to be preserved at the LSRM in Duluth
Sporting a fresh coat of paint, this locomotive is on display at the Brodhead Depot, home to the Brodhead Historical Society.
The Milwaukee Road engine house at Green Bay was a busy place in 1977.
Hallett Dock HD-11 sits along with hibernating Lake Superior & Mississippi tourist railroad's GE.