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  1. CP Sutherland 14-4-10

    CP Sutherland 14-4-10

  2. SOO 4444

    SOO 4444

    The Muskego Yard job pulls up to the 6th Street Viaduct in Milwaukee, WI as it assembles an outbound train.
  3. Soo 1003

    Soo 1003

    Soo 1003 looks like she is ready to go but in actuality she is waiting until the morning to pull the Santa Train out of Plymouth, WI.
  4. SOO 6053-241

    SOO 6053-241

    SOO 6053 and CEFX 3149 haul Montreal to Bensenville train 241 past the grain elevator reincarnated as an office tower at Elmstead Ontario December 9, 2011
  5. SOO 6062

    SOO 6062

  6. Rusty Soo

    Rusty Soo

    A rusty Soo Line boxcar still earning money in a southbound CSX freight through Kennesaw, GA.
  7. Soo #6054

    Soo #6054

    a visitor from the mid-west at Delta yard Everett Wa.
  8. SOO 1003 Burlington Wisconsin

    SOO 1003 Burlington Wisconsin

    SOO 1003 Idling prior to Burlington Wisconsin Chocolate fest tourist runs.
  9. Pioneer Critter, Corinne sk

    Pioneer Critter, Corinne sk

    SW900 ex Reading 1501 which was then transferred over to Conrail as 8701 and then acquired by Conagra in 1997. This unit is now operated south of Regina in the community of Corinne at the Pioneer elevator on the old Soo Line. I caught this old girl on my cross Saskatchewan trip this Summer. I...
  10. CP 4521

    CP 4521

    CP 4521 and SOO 4400 sit in Madison awaiting departure. CP 4521 is an ex-UP, nee-SP GP40X that was rebuilt to GP38-2 specs but kept its telltale flared radiators.
  11. Departing Madison

    Departing Madison

    A CP local freight gets underway as it rolls north out of town.
  12. Soo 6021

    Soo 6021

    This Soo Line SD60 was the second unit back on a Southbound BNSF manifest though Bend today. I didn't get a full consist shot, but I wish I had. Consist was BNSF C44-9W 4008, Soo SD60 6021, BNSF C44-9W 4009. Photo was taken near the North siding switch at Cascan in Bend.
  13. Rare Soo Line visitor to Central Oregon

    Rare Soo Line visitor to Central Oregon

    Sunday we were treated to a rare visitor on BNSF's Oregon Trunk Sub., a gorgeous red Soo Line SD60. The trailing unit on a northbound manifest, here she is "in the lead" as the power returns to the train after making a setout in the yard.
  14. Soo Line 6046

    Soo Line 6046

    Soo Line 6046 the 8th unit on a BNSF mixed freight northbound at Bend, OR. VERY rare for the Oregon Trunk Sub.!
  15. Winter Steam

    Winter Steam

    Hosted by the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad Soo Line 1003 was in Plymouth, WI for a "Santa Train" on December 13 & 14th.
  16. Ex Soo Line SD 60 6005 on BNSF

    Ex Soo Line SD 60 6005 on BNSF

    Found this consist in the BNSF yard with NS 8876 in the lead, & CEFX(SOO)SD60 6005 & BNSF 513 waiting on a crew to take the train to Memphis. Canon 30D/17-40L Lens.
  17. SOO/BN Brandon CP yards

    SOO/BN Brandon CP yards

    These units brought in the coal to Brandon around Aug 19, 2008 one SOO Line unit and 3 BNSF Units Soo unit was 6055 while BNSF units were 8266, 9458, 6051.
  18. CP with SOO markings

    CP with SOO markings

    A CP grain hopper with SOO markings under the "CP Rail" logo
  19. Soo Line Survivor

    Soo Line Survivor

    An old auto rack car still in its Soo Line livery.
  20. Brand new SOO hopper!

    Brand new SOO hopper!

    SOO was purchased by CP years ago (1986?), since then SOO's proud name has been labelled on hundreds, if not thousands of rent-a-wreck obscure Lessor/Co-op/Shortline hoppers, most on their last leggs with former owner's names still showing. Looks like they finally got a good deal this time as...





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