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AS-416ms 1489 Milwaukee, WI3762 viewsRebuilt Baldwin 1497, still in ex-MKT paint, leads a FM and another rebuilt Baldwin with an eastbound train between Chase and St. Francis, WI. Bob Bullermann photo, 9-1973.
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Booklet758 viewsPicturesque Milwaukee And Its Nearby Fishing, Hunting And Summer Resorts. North-Western Series No. 9 booklet printed in 1900. Descriptions of cities between Chicago and Milwaukee. Photos of Milwaukee. Descriptions of towns and resorts north of Milwaukee. Collection of Mike Patrick.
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Bridge - Kinnickinnic River Milwaukee, WI1629 viewsThe Wisconsin Division’s Kinnickinnic River Bridge, on Milwaukee’s south side, was built in 1898 and is the oldest swing bridge in Wisconsin. The bridge operator controlled interlocking switches on both sides of the river. Jim H. Yanke photo, 9-27-1989
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Bridge - Kinnickinnic River Milwaukee, WI1678 viewsThis photo of the Kinnickinnic River Bridge, referred to as the K.K. River Bridge, is on the main line between Milwaukee and St. Francis, WI. There was also a Madison Division K.K. Bridge a few blocks to the west of here. Jim Yanke photo, 7-22-1986.
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Bridge - Kinnickinnic River Milwaukee, WI1665 viewsNo. 206 is about to pass through the Kinnickinnic River Bridge. . Photo taken from the bridge control house by Ronald A. Plazotta, 10-1970.
Submitted by J. H. Yanke.
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Bridge - KK RIVER Milwaukee, WI1557 viewsC&NW GP7R 4337 - ex CGW 120 - leads a freight train running south over the Kinnickinnic (KK) River Bridge in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (WI) during 5/1978... Photo by John F. Campbell...
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Bridge - Milwaukee, WI1526 viewsThe C&NW’s Milwaukee River Bridge was placed in service in 1915, replacing an earlier bridge. This scene is looking east from the 5th Ward to the 3rd Ward in Milwaukee, WI. The bridge operator controlled interlocking plants on both sides of the river. Photo by Jim H. Yanke, 1-13-1986.
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Bridge - Milwaukee, WI1503 viewsThis view, taken from the north side of the C&NW Milwaukee River Bridge with No. 153, shows the housing on top where the operator was stationed. Russ Porter photo, 9-1965. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
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Bridge - Milwaukee, WI Swing Bridge, south of Downtown1644 viewsThis swing bridge is located just south of downtown Milwaukee. When the line was connected through to the north, passenger trains in both directions used this bridge to and from the Milwaukee (lakefront) depot. With no depot and no customers anymore to the north of this bridge, its days may be numbered. Taken from the northwest side by Jerry Krug on February 12, 2003.
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Budd RDC and Observation Car Milwaukee, WI3961 viewsBudd Built RDC’s are next to the westbound “Twin Cities 400” at the Milwaukee, WI station. Joe Barth photo, 1956. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
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Business Train SOO 4403 Milwaukee,2422 viewsThe SOO Line borrowed the C&NW business train for an inspection trip from Chicago to Minneapolis. SOO GP38 4403 is pulling the train west out of the Milwaukee, WI station on the ex-Milwaukee Road. Jim H. Yanke photo, 8-6-89.
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Cab View- Milwaukee, WI1767 viewsLooking to the north, the Marsh Job is crossing from the CNW to the SOO Line (ex-Milwaukee Road) at the Washington Street Interlocking. The C&NW at this time used a short segment of the SOO to bypass the KK River Bridge which was being repaired. Jim H. Yanke photo, 1-23-1987.

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