This series starts out in Plover, Wisconsin, on Saturday November 20th, 2011.
We haven't had a real sunny day, lately. And no snow since the early one on November 9th.
A switch job in Plover has already returned from McCains Foods (potatoes) and is wyeing the engine before 9am.
On Sunday, a westbound freight passes the former crossing of the Soo Line and Green Bay and Western in Stevens Point.
Some rails still exist within a 100 feet of the main line.
. And I think this is the last red flag on the GBW Stevens Point branch, the current one should be 300 yards to the south.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Looks like a new loco.
|A GT and one IC rebuilt SW7M is doing yard switching.|
|The CN 4100 is working Stevens Point yard.|
. . . Wisconsin River in Wisconsin Rapids at 8 in the morning.
. . . . .Here's my page from the first time I saw one of the unusual IC's,
. . . . . . IC 1204
but you should use BACK to get my current index on Trainweb rather than the link on that page.
Link to my current index page, Bruce's RailRoad Pictures
( the index page is now on the TrainWeb site, as of January 2011. And I will have to also keep the Next Generation index up-to-date, but their site isn't always accessible. )
This page was photographed and wrote in November, 2011