L469 has just shoved sand and gravel loads into Lycon's facility. In moments, they will cut away from the loads, and tie on to the adjacent track, which are their outbound empties.
WAMX 4177 has entered yard limits, and has reached the crest of the grade, as they begin their decent towards the Lycon plant in Oregon.
L469 crosses Irish Lane in Fitchburg.
WAMX 4177 takes the sand loads bound for Oregon across the diamond at MX.
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.
WAMX 4177 leads either T003 or T006, which one it is I'm not exactly sure, into Janesville, WI.