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Bridge New Ulm, MN1841 viewsCStPM&O single track through plate trestle with cut stone abutments over the M&StL, in New Ulm, MN. Dick Talbott photo, May 1987.
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Cab View-New Line Sub Milwaukee1453 viewsView from locomotive cab of northbound train headed for Butler, WI, meeting a southbound while passing over I-94, Milwaukee. Photo by Jim H. Yanke, 3-7-1987.
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Depot New Auburn, WI1136 viewsOmaha Road Depot, New Auburn, WI., circa 1910. Postcard From the collection of Paul August.
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Depot New London, WI1518 viewsNew London depot on the Clintonville District. Mike Patrick photo, 9-1980.
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Depot Wonewoc, WI1100 viewsWonewoc is on the Wyeville to Madison route, 7 miles east of Elroy. Photo taken 8-15-1948, C&NW Historical Society Archives collection.

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SD40-2 6811 Oak Creek, WI1238 viewsSD40-2 6811 and a SD45 pull an eastbound train at Rawson Avenue, east of Airport, on the New Line Sub. The Milwaukee to Kenosha TM Interurban right away is to the right. Bob Baker photo, 4-1982.
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Station Agent New London, WI1008 viewsCharles Penney hired out on the railroad at Gillett on July 24, 1905 as an operator. He worked at various stations including Tower FX, Rhinelander, New London, Bear Creek, and back to New London as a telegrapher and later as the agent. Charles retired in 1956 with 52 years of service. Photo taken in 1954, submitted by Jim Enos.
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Tower Waxdale, WI1008 viewsAn eastbound ore train is crossing the Milwaukee Road main at Waxdale on the New Line sub. The tower, formerly named "Willow" is now out of service as Waxdale is an automatic interlocking. Photo taken by Bob Ferge in March 1968. Collection of J. D. Ingles, submitted by J. H. Yanke.
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VO-1000m 1038 New Prague, MN1449 viewsBaldwin/EMD VO-100m #1038 was one of only a few (1038; 1079 and 1237 are known) Baldwin/EMD switchers to receive the 'yellow cab' paint scheme common during the early to mid 1970's. The 1038 is seen here at New Prague, MN during November, 1975. Photographer unknown, Mike Guss collection.
     
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