Located in Northwestern Wisconsin, is the Lumberjack Steam Train with runs an American Prairie style steam locomotive 2-6-2 built by Balwin in 1916. The train takes you on a short trip up to an historic logging town where there is a park and small petting zoo...
IC 1021 runs through a sweeping left-hand curve surrounded by trees still covered in snow from the blizzard two days earlier. You wouldn't know that I am standing in the middle of Slinger, WI surrounded by businesses.
With a fresh blanket of snow this picturesque scene of a Wisconsin dairy farm surrounded by fields is suddenly interrupted by the sound produced by the products manufactured by EMD as they pull their train up Byron Hill.
CN 8869 is in charge of this train heading downhill through Lomira, WI. The second unit is just along for a ride as the crew has notified the diesel doctor that it is not loading in either power or dynamic brake applications.
My name is Stephanie and I am currently an intern at a Wisconsin historical museum. I am working on a railroad exhibit. My problem, however, is that I do not know the slightest thing about railroads. I was hoping some of you could give me a hand!
I'm sorry if these are kinda stupid...
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