February 2019, Wisconsin.
There's enough snow to be plowed. I used to rate 4 school closings = one good snow plowing for the railroad. Although, this year, schools have been closed for cold as much as they have been closed for snow.
This ballast regulator was plowing the west side of Rapids and headed out on the Taylor sub.
|There's plenty of plowed piles where endloaders push snow.
|Big snow flakes.
|A jet blower cleans switches by the Rapids roundhouse
We had ice followed by snow, which downed some trees and caused 3 hours of power outages
There's plenty of piles of snow.
And its hard to find a parking space, some are full of snow banks.
My front yard has snow banks .
Here's some links to railroad snow plowing pictures from years past.
They are not linked to this page, so use BACK to return to here.
Kershaw snow plow in 2008
snow removal in the Point yard with endloaders and dump trucks in 2014
and that's the way it was also happening in Feb 2019, too.
an Alco plowing snow in Minnesota in 1977
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This page was filmed and wrote in February and early March, 2019