The coal trains from Wyoming to Weston are handed off here from the UP to the CN.
I think I have been spelling WHIT wrong since they built the siding a few years ago, it has two T's.
I believe it is a contraction of Whittlesey, from the name of the cranberry farm near this bog.
a signal for the power switch
Here's the read end of the coal train.
There's a lot of water in this irrigation pond. . . . Highway 173 is on the right.
The Nekoosa papermill is the white dot on the horizon.
|The CN Nekoosa job is coming (compass east) from Necedah in the early evening.|
|The cattails and willows hide the view of the siding.|
there's over a dozen loads of ethanol from the corn processor south of Necedah.
This crossing is Wilhorn road, a mile west of Nekoosa Junction.
This page was wrote in May, 2015