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Click Here South Yard at Marquette. Closest track is a combo caboose/cleaning track. The creek runs right beside the cleaning track making debris removal clean out easier.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Jace Kahn, from Alaska, operating South Yard.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Stanley Bye from Wisconsin rolling a westbound train through Sewell on the Bluff main.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Spechts Ferry. Alco RS-3's are on the mainline amongst the sea of loaded hoppers from St Paul Coal Co.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here A pair of RS-3's at Spechts Ferry. Note the facia signs providing information to operators.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Rolf Schoelkopf is switching Marquette's West Yard.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Cully Kowal taking a break.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Fascia with two DCC throttles.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Mark Plank at the trestle on Monona Hill. This through train will have a helper engine pushing up this hill.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here The yardmaster at Marquette's South Yard is Jace Kahn on the left, is assisting Brad Kowal on a through freight making a set out.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Marquette engine terminal now has a new roundhouse with doors that open remotely.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here FM H16-44 on the roustabout job at Marquette.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Club member Rolf at Marquette.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Stan Koos switching Ossian.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Mark Plank running a through train at Waterville.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)
Click Here Fred Soop on the left, is the Spechts Ferry shifter yardmaster and is assisting Stan Bye on the through train making a setout.
(Daniel Dawdy Photo)


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