WSOR's two oddball locomotives lead the T006 through Edgerton on a warm July morning. 4219 is the only engine to have a red goose, and headlight on the nose. 4223 is the only SD45 body to sport WS... (more)
The quiet morning in Edgerton is disturbed momentarily, as Y302 barrels through town.
WAMX 4188 has reached the 40 MPH speed limit as it leads the train towards Janesville.
Monona Tower... The location where the CNW and the Milwaukee Road crossed each other in the middle of Lake Monona. Present day, this is commonly referred to as MX. The head end of the train is on ... (more)
Conductor Maloney sticks his smiling face out the window, as engineer Petersen runs the train towards Madison.
Blue hour is upon Abo Canyon as a ballast train meets a stack train.
It's golden hour in Abo Canyon as a stack train rolls West.
BNSF 8518 is about to duck under Highway 60. In a few hundred feet from where the train is, the mainlines will split for a few miles.
A pair of SD70ACe locomotives lead a vehicle train through the desert.
A four pack of GE locomotives lead a high dollar Westbound through Abo Canyon.
After a fairly treacherous hike, my friend and I found this location overlooking the BNSF main. Shortly after arriving, our efforts were rewarded with a meet!
The dynamic brakes on BNSF 7163 are whining, as the train glides through Abo Canyon on a gorgeous Winter day.
BNSF 6207 leads a manifest through Abo Canyon. The train is just about to roll under the Highway 60 overpass.
A stack train grinds up grade at Abo Canyon.
L468 is returning from Cottage Grove, and is on the approach to Junction A. There was once a diamond here where the CNW (the track the train is on) crossed the Milwaukee Road (the track at the ver... (more)