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  1. Milwaukee Road 36A E9A

    Milwaukee Road 36A E9A

  2. Milwaukee 532 SD10

    Milwaukee 532 SD10

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    MILW oral history interviews on YouTube

    At our first Milwaukee Employees Annual Luncheon (M.E.A.L.) in 2011, we invited the former Milwaukee Road employees to share some of their memories with us. Nolan Weis and Peter O’Cain with the Cle Elum news program on Inland Networks Channel 40 interviewed them on video. We’ve placed the...
  4. MILW 425 Council Bluffs

    MILW 425 Council Bluffs

    MILW 425 Switches cars in the Council Bluffs yard
  5. Loop Creek Trestles

    Loop Creek Trestles

    Kelly Creek trestle #220, viewed from Turkey Creek trestle #224. Loop Creek valley- Adair ID. Thanks to The Milwaukee Road - Lines West for location info for Tunnels #25 & #26. http://asciibaron.dyndns.org/MILW/?page_id=6
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    MILW Hudson 103

    Can any of you midwesterners or MILW fans identify the location of this picture? It is one of my dad's, probably taken in 1948 somewhere on the mainline between Lacrosse and Milwaukee WI. The coal dock at the extreme left should be a good clue, along with the water column and the station platform.
  7. Milw road 261

    Milw road 261

    During Galeburg Illinois Railroad days
  8. MILW cleanup train after shutdown

    MILW cleanup train after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. These two old boxcars were in the consist of an eastbound cleanup train. Notice the friction bearings.
  9. MILW after shutdown

    MILW after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. Slug SG1 is in the consist of an eastbound cleanup train. U25B 5051 was in sorry shape and likely never...
  10. MILW after shutdown

    MILW after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. Slug SG1 is in the consist of an eastbound cleanup train. Formerly was used on the Tacoma hill.
  11. MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. This GP9 was exceptionally clean. Kept sharp looking by Wade Stevenson who took pride in the MILW.
  12. MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. This GP35 was in a lashup which would be taking a cleanup train east.
  13. MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. 5502, U28B on ready track. Notice missing MILW hearld on cab side.
  14. MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    MILW, Othello WA, after shutdown

    It is the second week of March, 1980. The MILW has shut down the Pacific extension and the only trains operating are eastbound cleanup trains. Here is what we found at Othello one Saturday. 5502, U28B, is on the east end of a loco consist at the sand tower.
  15. MILW  341416

    MILW 341416

    NEW 6-73
  16. Milwaukee F9? And a strange B-unit

    Milwaukee F9? And a strange B-unit

    These were shot in the dead line at Milwaukee Road's Bensenville Yard, May of 1983. I never noticed until I scanned this picture, that the "B-unit" is way different than any other I'd seen. It has no fuel tank and four portals for sand. If anyone can identify these, plese comment. I'm...
  17. Milwaukee XP 50742

    Milwaukee XP 50742

  18. MILW E-7 #19B, Chicago, IL, Feb. 27, 1966, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    MILW E-7 #19B, Chicago, IL, Feb. 27, 1966, photo by Chuck Zeiler

    Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific E-7 #19B, Chicago, Illinois, February 27, 1966, photo by Chuck Zeiler This E-7 was delivered to The Milwaukee Road on EMD Order E664 June 1946 (c/n 3242). A total of 10 E-7's were on that order (16A,B through 20A,B). Apparently, The Milwaukee...
  19. MILW meet at Donald MT

    MILW meet at Donald MT

    two Little Joe powered freights meet at Donald, east end of the Pipestone pass summit tunnel. E71 & E75 eastbound, E78 & E74 westbound.
  20. MILW switcher E81

    MILW switcher E81

    MILW E81 switcher in yard at Deer Lodge MT



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