After running around for months in a patched UP paint job, WSOR's 25th anniversary unit is finially on the road.
WSOR's freshly painted 25th anniversary unit keeps clean in a driving rain.
Released from the paint shop a few days earlier, WSOR's 25th anniversary unit poses in front of the Brodhead depot in a driving rain.
Wearing numbers previously worn by ES40DC's and before that slugs, NS 9912, 9915, 9914 & 9911 and Op Lifesaver GP59 4639 wait to be picked up by the next westbound.
After years of storage at WSOR's Horicon, WI facility, MRAX (Marshall Railway Equip.) 513 is on it's way to an uncertain fate.
Half of WSOR's GP38 fleet - 3803, 04, 07 & 02 wait for their train to be made up.
A Rock Island district train passes 16th St. tower and crosses the ICG Diamonds for the St. Charles Air Line (to right, toward draw bridges) and St. Louis line (streight).
In a snowstorm, 211 leads 406, 354, 334, 330, 214 and 54 cars on the high road.
All is quiet on a cold winter evening at the throat to NorthWestern terminal..
A typical lineup at clearing in the mid 80's.
An inspection train briefly breaks the silence of a small farming community.
Alco heaven! #60 leads four other C420's, an RS32 and a T6.
Running along the northern edge of the Great Dismal Swamp, this unit is starting to show it's heritage on it's nose.