Mid-April, 2019, some more new power shows up in Wisconsin Rapids. Shiny paint and white handrails.
The RR picture archive roster doesn't show these numbers yet, but it should be a model ET44AC
|And later in the day, some of them are picked up.|
A few days later, a loaded sand train weaves north through the industrial park in the evening,
they came from the Taylor subdivision. This is a daily event.
|With leased power|
|and passing some BNSF power stored in that little siding.|
|Actually, BNSF and MRL and CSX power, that can be added to any train.|
And on another day, there is an NS and BNSF.
In the distance is the yard switcher, moving tank cars of clay for the paper mill.
|All of these scenes are within a half-mile area between 17th Avenue and Engel Road.|
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This page was wrote in April, 2019