L468 is returning from Cottage Grove, and is on the approach to Junction A. There was once a diamond here where the CNW (the track the train is on) crossed the Milwaukee Road (the track at the ver... (more)
L468 has just climbed Vondron Hill and is coming around the curve towards Buckeye Road on their way back to Madison from Cottage Grove.
A squeaky clean WAMX 3868 leads a monster L468 towards Madison.
WAMX 4188 lets out a belch of exhaust, as engineer Tony Tillman grabs another notch of throttle as his train grinds up Hanover Hill.
WAMX 4188 and 4187 bring L355 into Hanover on a picture perfect May morning.
L355 with two of WSOR's four non dyno SD40-2s rolls by Farm City's Orfordville elevator.
Engineer Tillman grabs for another notch as he grinds up the grade towards Pann Road.
The warm glow of first morning light greets L355 and crew as they rip through Brodhead after making a set out.
WAMX 4177 is at the very end of the active rail on the Reedsburg Sub. A train has not been West of this point in over 10 years.
WAMX 4177 makes the slow roll towards Reedsburg. The three white stripes on pole signify that the pole is used as a three quarter mile mark. In this instance, the train is at MP 186.75.
L867 has just negotiated Ableman's curve, and is crossing the Baraboo River. This is one of six locations that the Reedsburg Sub crosses the curvy Baraboo River.
After making the connection and swapping cars with L467 in Baraboo, L867 has just returned to Rock Springs and set out an empty grain hopper to United Coop. The train will continue West to Reedsbu... (more)
L867 rolls over he Baraboo River. The train has almost reached Rock Springs, where they will spot a car at United Coop, and then continue on to the end of the line in Reedsburg.
T006 is having no issue making track speed through the thick fog on their way to Janesville.
The conductor gives a wave, as WSOR's Janesville to Madison train knocks down Milepost 118.25 on a gorgeous Spring day.