|Gills Landing, Wisconsin, on the Wolf River.|
|One engine . . . .|
|. . . . . and a long train . . . .|
|. . . and another engine = the Stevens Point to Green Bay push pull, at Noon on a Saturday.|
|Phone the railroad to get the drawbridge open|
|One taller space for house boats. Very old painted lettering: HOUSE BOATS HERE|
|Osprey nest on the telegraph poles|
|Lift cylinders. Does it lift up about 3 feet and then rotate?|
|Trussing underneath a span|
|movable span on the right, fixed approach on the left.|
|Control house. Does it also rotate after the spans are lifted?|
A westbound, and I am too close to capture all the units. I didn't know so many were coming.
There is some notice that trains are coming.
From the west, you can hear them blow horns for crossings. From the east, there is an axle scanner with a radio report.
|It's the CP set that has been working in the area.|
|tons of steel rolling overhead at 20 mph doesn't deter the boaters.|
You don't need a boat to get good pictures.
Gills Landing is in the backyard of a local tavern and a medium power lens should create a good view.
Dog language in the county park / boat landing.
Link back to my index page, Bruce's RailRoad Pictures
my best index page is on the TrainWeb site, as of January 2011.
This page was wrote in July, 2013.