Union Pacific's Ives rock job approaches St. Francis on the Kenosha Subdivision. Usual practice is for the crew to go on duty late morning at Bain, haul empties over the Farm Sub to Kenosha and then up the Kenosha Sub to Ives, spot 30 empties and pick up 30 loads, head north to St. Francis, back into the National Avenue Spur, make a straight shot south on the Milwaukee Subdivision to Upton, drop the 30 loads and pick up 30 empties, then head back to Bain and tie up. This is a seasonal job; train carries the symbol RIVUP.
Time and Date: 6:52 PM, Tuesday, July 26, 2011
St. Francis, Wisconsin
Approximate Latitude: 42° 58′ 42″ N   (42.97859° )
Approximate Longitude: 87° 52′ 53″ W   (-87.88162° )
 
Railroad: Union Pacific RR Co. [UP ]
Subdivision: Kenosha Approximate Milepost: 79.8
 
Camera: Canon EOS 60D
Shutter: 1/250 sec Aperture: F9
ISO: 250 Focal Length: 135.0 mm
White Balance: Sunny Lens Range: 28-135mm
Exposure Mode: Manual Focus Mode: AI Focus
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