UP 9442, a cab signal-equipped C41-8W, leads what had been a light engine move south on the Kenosha Subdivision approaching Puetz Road in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Typical routine for this job is to run light from Butler yard to the We Energies Oak Creek power plant, where the train of empty hoppers will embark on its trip back to the mines. Today, though, the crew picked up two hoppers that had been repaired at the Cudahy Car Shop, giving the appearance of a wildly overpowered train.
Time and Date: 1:52 PM, Friday, December 30, 2005
Oak Creek, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Approximate Latitude: 42° 53′ 11″ N   (42.88657° )
Approximate Longitude: 87° 51′ 29″ W   (-87.85811° )
 
Railroad: Union Pacific RR Co. [UP ]
Subdivision: Kenosha Approximate Milepost: 73.1
 
Camera: Canon EOS 20D
Shutter: 1/200 sec Aperture: F5.6
ISO: 400 Focal Length: 80.0 mm
White Balance: Auto Lens Range: 28-80mm
Exposure Mode: Manual Focus Mode: One-shot
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