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    I paid a visit to my father-in-law over the weekend for his 70th birthday party. I noticed that the Wisconsin-Southern has upgraded their mainline from Madison southward with new CWR(Continuous Welded Rail).

    Has speed increased or will it be increased since the new tracks have been installed?
    Buddy Burton--
    Buddy Burton Photography
    CentralStatesRailfans Photo Contest Moderator

    Eastern Iowa RxR Frequencies:
    UP Double Main(Fairfax-Maple Park, IL)
    Dispatcher 12--161.040mHz

    UP Double Main(Fairfax-East Missouri Valley)
    Dispatcher 19--160.890mHz

    CRANDIC Main Channel--
    160.500mHz

    Iowa Interstate--
    161.220mHz-Channel 1
    160.305mHz-Channel 2

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    There's a WSOR discussion group on Yahooo Groups, I think. You'd probably get a quick answer there.

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    I read where WSOR is now part of Watco
    Jeff
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    Watco bought the WSOR back in January. Not much has changed although some of the motive power is being moved around. I caught this former WSOR GP38 passing thru Downers Grove IL on the BNSF last Tuesday in transit to the Yellowstone Valley Railroad in Montana.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/prairie...57631351348004

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