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Engineer Butler, WI2685 viewsEngineer Joe Warden departing Butler on coal train CKSHC headed for Edgewater Power Plant in Sheboygan. Jim H. Yanke photo, 1995.

Negaunee, MI "Peninsula 400"2685 viewsThe southbound Peninsula "400," (train 214, 240 on Sundays) in the Town of Negaunee, gets an early start on its run to Chicago. Photographer and Date unknown. Thanks to Bob Baker for identifying the location. The "400" left Negaunee each day at 7:16 AM (1944 schedule). Train 214 went via Manitowoc, #214 on Sunday ran via Fond du Lac. Submitted by Bill Hakkarinen
Parlor Car Interior2674 viewsInterior view of a streamlined parlor car used on the “400.” C&NW P.R. photo taken at the coach yard in Chicago, between 1939 and 1947. Submitted by J. H. Yanke.
Business Car Iowa Duluth, MN2671 viewsBusiness car 402, later named Iowa, is at Duluth, MN. Originally built in 1930 as a baggage-club car for the New York Central. Photo by Jim H. Yanke, Aug. 9, 1992
No. 214 “Peninsula 400" Winnetka, IL2661 viewsNo. 214, the “Peninsula 400,” is eastbound through Winnetka, IL with E-7 5007B. Joe Bath photo, 1950’s. Submitted by J. H. Yanke

Business Train 5075 Green Bay, WI2657 viewsGP50 5075 pulls an inspection train eastward over the Fox River Bridge in Green Bay, WI. Several C&NW public relations photographs were taken here in the1950’s. Bob Baker photo, 10-19-1990.
Baggage Car 89022657 viewsThe C&NW owned four of these 85 foot streamlined baggage car 8900-8903. Photographed at Des Moines, IA, 5-17-1987. Jim H. Yanke photo.

No. 406 "North Western Limited" Milwaukee, WI2656 viewsNo. 406 has just crossed the Tower BA interlocking and will soon pass the St. Francis interlocking on its way to Chicago. Glen Haggith photo, 7-1956. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
Overview of Milwaukee2649 viewsMilwaukee station and yards. C&NW PR Dept photo, 1960. Submitted by J. H. Yanke
F7 4097A Iron River, MI2649 viewsF7 4097A is coupled to Milwaukee Road units per the Ore Agreement with the Milwaukee Road that pooled engines and crews from both railroads together. Bob Peterman photo, 1953, Bob Baker collection.

No. 160 "400 Streamliner" Milwaukee, WI2649 viewsNo. 160, pulled by E7 5017B, has just passed Tower BA and will soon pass St. Francis Tower on its way to Chicago. Tom Hoffmann photo, 8-29-1966.
Wood Street Yard Chicago, IL2646 viewsA 1920’s view of the Wood Street Terminal also known as the “Potato Yard.” C&NW Historical Society Archives collection.
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