CD-Rom photographed and produced by Verne Brummel The C&NW Adams / “400 Main Line”. Your tour begins in Milwaukee, and ends at Hudson, circa early 1980’s, but we shift back and forth to scenes taken in the 1970’s along the way.
466 slides on this CD-Rom cover virtually everything of interest, including numerous depot shots (with comparisons through the years), towers (including interior shots), station signs, semaphores, signal bridges, sidings, notable bridges, a small number of roster shots, and train action at various locales, including a number of through and local freights, and excursion train “Butler 400”, featuring an F7 and steam engine 1385. Not all of the stations & sidings are covered, because the semaphores were already gone between Clyman Jct. and Altoona, but the CD will still provide a grand tour of the entire line! Several depots that have been torn down for years are included, such as Friesland, Dalton, Eau Claire, Baldwin, and Hudson. Alco locomotives will make appearances at Merrillan (two GB&W units), Adams (two units still in old N&W colors), and at Altoona.
Featured Wisconsin stations along the way include Allis, Milwaukee, St. Francis, West Allis, Belton, Butler, Sussex, Bark Pit, North Lake, Mapleton, Ashippun, Lebanon, Clyman Jct., North Lowell, South Beaver Dam, South Randolph, Friesland, Dalton, Glenoak, Oxford, near Brooks, Grand Marsh, Adams, near Dellwood, Necedah, Cutler, Wyeville, Warren, Millston, Merrillan, Humbird, Fairchild, Augusta, Rodell, Fall Creek, Altoona, Eau Claire, Elk Mound, Rusk, Menomonie, Tramway, Knapp, Wilson, Woodville, Baldwin, Hammond, Roberts, Sono Jct., Sono, Northline, and Hudson.
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