As they often do late morning to midday, WSOR trains T4 and T6 exchange blocks in Milton Junction, WI. This is an example of the very early Watco days, with original WSOR power and road numbers, ... (more)
T6 heads to Janesville from Madison over newly laid welded rail. Speeds have been upped from 10 to 30mph through here.
My grandson's football game had ended on a perfect Saturday midday, when I flipped on the scanner and heard of an approaching train. Time to jump into a phonebooth and slip into my "S" costume (S... (more)
Madison-Janesville T-6 makes a rollby on the bridge showing off it's varied EMD consist.
With but a few miles left until the terminal, the Madison-Janesville leaves Milton YL and passes evidence of summer trackwork as seen through bent corn stalks that had been blown over by straight-... (more)
The Madison-Janesville turn approaches Edgerton.
A fine late September day and the WSOR heads compass south out of Madison past soybean fields ready to harvest.
The Madison-Janesville turn is moments from it's terminal, crossing the Rock River on the UP Anderson runner track, a former double tracked CNW bridge.
A fine early Spring day notwithstanding, the ducks still ignore the flying goose overhead. Must be love in the air.
WSOR 4051 and 2 other SD40-2's lead a Valentine's Day version of the T6 (Madison-Janesville) around the curve approaching the south wye switch at Milton WI. They have 70 cars this date including ... (more)
Today's Madison-Janesville train rumbles through town with 80+ cars.
The turn for Janesville leaves the state capital of Wisconsin passing Monona Bay, the beginnings of winter evident in my first snow shots of the season.
WSOR's Madison-Janesville turn passes the farms of southern Dane county.
WSOR cuts through McFarland on the way to Janesville.
A Madison-Janesville turn rumbles by on a picture-perfect late November day, day one of the Wisconsin deer hunting season. A sunlit hogger Matt Heeren has the window open and rides herd over 80+... (more)