AC 1756 leads train number 1 into a curve north of Bellevue on a fine summer morning.
Taken on Kodachrome 64 film with 5 No. 5B flashbulbs.
Near Northland siding the 1756 pilots the Hearst train north on a comfortable July morning.
For my 1,000th picture on RP.net I really wanted to do something a little special. Just about every Montreal River photo I ever took on the ACR/WC had a little story to go along with it due to the... (more)
AC 1756 leads 1750,1754,1755,1751 and 25 cars of train 4 south of Heyden. The light was fading fast on this late running canyon tour and I was trying for a different location when my world was sud... (more)
The "Namekagon 400" arriving in Spooner, Wisconsin. The open field was once the Spooner yard.
The "Namekagon 400" running over the WGN (ex-C&NW) heading for Spooner.
The "Namekagon 400" departing South Itasca headed for Spooner, Wisconsin. This was a special trip for the C&NW Historical Society's 2001 convention.
The "Namekagon 400" was the name of the special charter train operated between Superior and Spooner, Wisconsin for the C&NW Historical Society's 2001 convention. The power was two Algoma Central ... (more)