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  1. DMVW 5418 SD50F

    DMVW 5418 SD50F

  2. WC 3018 Trailing on CN L516

    WC 3018 Trailing on CN L516

    One of the three WC left in paint on the CN.
  3. WC 3027

    WC 3027

    10 years since it was painted the flags on the sides of the 3027 are looking faded as the crew of the Burlington local is waiting to back down the Burlington Spur.
  4. WC 6900 series units on 403

    WC 6900 series units on 403

    CN 403 with 3 WC 6900 series units heading west toward the Valley near Miniota, MB.
  5. WC Mauer

    WC Mauer

    This must have been taken in 1955 or so (by the car) if so would have been in Milwaukee as it was the year I was born.
  6. Wisconsin, SK

    Wisconsin, SK

  7. WC 3014

    WC 3014

    WC GP40 3014 sits at Schiller Park as a plane passes overhead about to land at O Hare airport.
  8. WC 6004

    WC 6004

    WC SD40-2 6004 idles at Homewood on Christmas day. Unfortunatly, 6004 was stored just weeks later.
  9. Through The Fire

    Through The Fire

    WC 6004 plows north through the scene of a building fire at Polk Station Tennessee.
  10. CN coal?

    CN coal?

    Ex-Southern & Burlington Northern (both fallen flags) coal hoppers roll under CNs banner. Theres also a large chunk of ex-CP ones in the fleet on unit trains. Note the bent structure on the CNA (ex-SOU) hopper.
  11. WC GP38-2

    WC GP38-2

    Ever since CN took over BC Rail and retired their RS18CAT fleet, WC GP38-2s had been heading west to feel the void. This one is heading back east however! I was suppose to catch it last winter on 357, but caught a blue-bird GT GP38-2 instead An ACR Geep ain't bad either - hard to believe they...
  12. WC 6006 (SD40-2)

    WC 6006 (SD40-2)

    Three WC units after four years of railfanning CN's mainline... At least they're different types: SD45u, GP40, now a SD40-2! A WC GP38-2 should be next as they've replaced BCOL's beloved RS18CAT fleet on the coast and come through occasionally. Don't let the paint fool you - before becoming...
  13. WC  1552

    WC 1552

    Wisconsin Central switcher in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
  14. WC 7525

    WC 7525

    WC SD45 7525 sits at its new home, the Illinois Railway Museum, after a successful day of test runs.
  15. WC Map Engine 3026

    WC Map Engine 3026

    WC GP40 3026, painted to celebrate Wisconsin's 150th anniversary, sits at Homewood Yard.
  16. NREX 7483

    NREX 7483

    NREX ex-CSX C39-8 7483 and WC SD45 7525 sit in the deadline at Homewood.
  17. WC 3024 departs

    WC 3024 departs

    WC GP40 3024 departs Homewood Yard passing by the new railroad park, still wearing a relatively nice looking WC paint job.
  18. WC vs. WC

    WC vs. WC

    For starters, these aren't real WC engines. For over 30 years they were CN SD40's, the backbone of the fleet. Just like their SD40 brothers before them, who became CN 6000 SD40u series, they were sent for re-building to PSC in the 90s, who by that time was privatized by ALSTOM. Hence they got...
  19. WC 3009 (GP40)

    WC 3009 (GP40)

    Not that long ago this sight would be unthinkable, back when WC engines stayed on WC rails and CN still had their 278 strong GP40-2LW fleet. Now that most of it has been retired (~60 left), with the need for 3000h.p. 4-axle power remaining, WC GP40's are brought up north to the rescue...
  20. A faded memory

    A faded memory

    7592 waits happily with 2 siblings while taking an air test. Its fate would come in just a little over 10 months.



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