It can get crowded in Wisconsin Rapids. The yard only has 8 tracks.
One sand train is parked on the west tail of the wye, split for the crossing.
The blue GT is parked by Thiele Clay, so I wonder if the local trackmobile is still out for service?
They still have a short lead to move on, but its evening and I think Thiele doesn't run a night shift.
I presume that locomotive will be free to move by morning, after this sand train leaves.
(the blue piles are not sand, that's paper mill recycle material)
Looking way east, there is another line of gray hoppers in the yard.
And on the upper right of the picture is the southeast quadrant of the wye in the trees,
look for the red spot and white stripe that is the nose of a 3-unit set of CN's waiting to move another sand train.
This page was wrote in October, 2017.