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E57B is on display in downtown Harlowton Montana.E57B was the last boxcab in service on the Milwaukee.

E70 has been repainted to the classic orange and maroon scheme.It is on display in Deer Lodge Montana.
Photo by Jim Burrill

GSCX SD40-2 #7354 is the former Milwaukee #188
Photo by Frank Caron,West Oakland CA

EMD #198 is a former Milwaukee GP40.(If you know which one,please let me know)
Photo by Frank Caron,West Oakland CA

MP15AC's in the "bandit" paint are common on the Soo District of Canadian Pacific.Here a pair are on their way up the hill to the Ford Plant in St. Paul,MN.
Photo by Tim Diez

SOO #1562,formerly MILW #496,is hauling coal empties past St. Paul Union Depot towards BNSF's Dayton's Bluff yard.
Photo by Tim Diez

SD10 #543 kept it's number after the SOO merger.Here it is seen in Chicago where it is used in transfer service.
Photo by J. Kevan Davis

Fairbanks-Morse H10-44 #760 is preserved at the Illinois Railway Museum.It is especially historic as it is the first FM produced.
Photo by Bill Angus

SOO #2066 is one of many former MILW GP40's still in the bandit scheme.#2066 is one of three that were painted in the Hiawatha scheme in the early eighties.
Photo by Bill Angus

GP38-2 #4512 is the former Milwaukee #362.It is the only MILW GP38-2 to retain it's small fuel tank.
Photo by Bill Angus

The Milwaukee depot is Morton Washington still stands.
Photo by Michael Keyes

The Cle Elum substation still stands in 1999.
Photo by Michael Keyes

The Cle Elum depot  is in the process of being restored.
Photo by Michael Keyes

Ex-MILW rotary #900207 is on display in Potter Alaska.
Photo by Jim Thuma

The Columbia River bridge at Beverly looking east.
Photo by Michael Keyes

The trestle at Renslow Washington, July 2000.
Photo by Michael Keyes

The underside of Renslow trestle.
Photo by Michael Keyes



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