With SP patched 6271, 5605 shoves its first rake of loaded hoppers back into the Pulliam Power Plant.
By pure blind luck I managed to come across L593 yesterday evening. Here they are approaching Crystal Lake Road just east of Beaver Dam. Three times a week WSOR runs a train from Horicon to Cambr... (more)
After finishing up their work at Quad Graphics L508 begins the long hour and a half wait before getting permission to head back to Shops Yard.
Saturday's Waukesha to Fond Du Lac job idles their way down Byron Hill on a very busy Waukesha Sub.
As UP's Sheboygan local rests for the night, yesterdays coal train, led by an unusually new EMD SD70AH idle away before beginning the trip back to Wyoming tomorrow.
E&LS 500 spends the weekend tied down on the ex-Milwaukee Road line just north of Green Bay.
The Sheboygan Local powered by a very tidy GP40 shoves 4 Wisconsin Central boxcars to their final customer of the day, Georgia Pacific.
With the sun set the Sheboygan Job works into the evening switching out the Cargill malt plant with the rest of the days work tied down above.
After its stop at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station the Empire Builder begins accelerating out of the Menomonee Valley early on its long journey west.
As the sunsets and begins to peek out the Sheboygan local begins heading back south.
With the latest round of snow starting in Southeastern Wisconsin the Empire Builder makes its way west through the Miller Valley after its stop in Milwaukee.
What a day makes. Yesterday I wondered why the Alco was in an easy to photograph location, this evening I found the answer.
Railroad: Relco Locomotive (RLCX)Locomotive: Alco S2Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALocomotive #: RLCX 1063Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: January 20, 2015
While running around the Port of Milwaukee at 6:30am waiting for a ship to arrive for winter layup I managed to come across Nidera Grain's Alco S2 switcher parked at the end of the yard. Very rar... (more)
With the days work tied up above on the mainline the crew runs around on the Kohler industrial branch to the Cargill malt plant to pick up a few more cars.
With a load of grain from Ripon, Wisconsin & Southern's last unpainted Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México GP leads the way using every bit of the available 25 mph track speed.