Stevens Point has its name displayed up high.
The storage tanks are now the highest structure along the line,
higher than the sand tower.
I didn't see a 'topping off' ceremonial tree denoting the high point of construction,
but the walkway between the tops of the tanks would make a good place for a Christmas tree for the season,
or even a place to hang banners for special events.
The work is coming to an end on lights and the pipe line.
(a CSX is in Stevens Point, there's such a variety of power we see now in the center of Wisconsin.)
Michigan Avenue will make a useful scene to identify and locate train pictures for years to come.
There's 4 of the CN logos in one view.
I don't show Stevens Point web pages very often, so I will now show a few other rails scenes around town.
An IC SW-7 and a blue GT work the yard leads over Michigan Avenue.
An eastbound train rolls in at 10am.
There's plenty of variety, if you don't like this manifest, just wait a half hour and see what comes next. . . . Stevens Point is a busy place.
|The IC drifts past Vetters, on their way to the Stevens Point paper mill.|
|DPU on the rear.|
This page was wrote in November, 2014