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GP38-2 #3015 negotiates trackage on Aliis Chalmers Belt Line. The year is 1998, and
Allis Chalmers has long since been replaced by Siemens, which also closed its doors.
Somwhere near Argos, IN, freshly pained SD40-2 #5617 awaits a fresh crew.
SD60 #6032 hammers down the switch at Grand Ave. Junction in Milwaukee.
The train is just out of Muskego Yard and already traveling at speed.
SD60 #6031 walks out of the east enf of Muskego Yard with a freight in tow for Bensenville Yard in Chicago. The train is
scheduled to meet with a eastbound Empire Buider, after which it will climb Lake Hill on Milwaukee's south side.
A bone-chilling breeze is in the air this 1999 December as P-32 ignores the recently fallen snow. The eastbound Empire Builder is
heading under I-94 on Milwaukee's south side, just 15 more minutes to its late arrival at Milwaukee Union Station.
Formerly an F-40PH, this convereted cab control car (note the garage door on the side) is leading the Milwaukee-Chicago "Dinky" towards
Chicago. The location is W. Waterford Ave. on Milwaukee's south side. This is the grade crossign in the city itself.
The rare appearance of an F69PH graces itself with a westbound Empire Builder near Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa.
The locomotive was an experiment on Amtrak's part for ordereing new locomotives, no more were ordered.