2023 Milwaukee Road Calendar

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Chartered in 1849, the Milwaukee Road eventually extended its tracks across the northern tier of the United States to the Pacific Ocean. Noted for its innovative electric motive power and...
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Chartered in 1849, the Milwaukee Road eventually extended its tracks across the northern tier of the United States to the Pacific Ocean. Noted for its innovative electric motive power and passenger service, the line’s successes were overshadowed by weak management and strong competition. By Spring 1982, all Milwaukee lines from the West Coast to Minnesota had been abandoned, and in 1986 remaining Midwest lines were absorbed into the Soo Line. Today CP Rail operates what remains.

This 2023 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Superb printing quality | Heavy 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size

Locomotives and named trains featured in this edition include:
• Milwaukee Road 100 is on the point of the northbound Morning Hiawatha ready to leave Milwaukee for Minneapolis, MN by way of Portage and La Crosse on September 28, 1941. This Class F-7 locomotive was built by the American Locomotive Company in August 1938
• Most railroads had an oddball piece of motive power or two: here is the Milwaukee Road entry. It is running light
through the yard at Milwaukee on August 25, 1955. This is 5900, a streamlined motorcar, referred to as the Bulldog
• Milwaukee Road Bi-polar Motor E-3 is the power for the Olympian Hiawatha leaving Seattle, WA for Tacoma on July 16, 1951.
• Milwaukee Road 572, a six-axle RSD-5 built in 1953 by the American Locomotive Company, in concert with two other Alcos, (both RSC-3s: 594 and 596), are on a local freight at Sparta, WI on April 8, 1972
• Milwaukee Road 102, a streamlined Baltic (Milwaukee referred to their 4-6-4’s as Baltics instead
of Hudsons), an F-7 Class locomotive, is leading the Northbound Chippewa at Rondout, IL on September 19, 1948.
• Motors E-23B and E-23C on Train #16, the eastbound Olympian Hiawatha, at Tacoma, WA on May 4, 1958.
• Milwaukee Road E-73 and E-79 are on an incredibly long eastbound work train at Donald, MT, 17 miles east of Butte on July 4, 1973
• Milwaukee Road Electric Switcher E-82 has the pans up and is working at Deer Lodge, MT in
August 1965
• Milwaukee Road 548 is leading a transfer freight through St. Paul, MN on July 25, 1971. The first three units in this seven-unit consist are Fairbanks-Morse H16-66 “baby trainmasters”, followed by an F7A-F7B-GP9 and an SD24 (all EMD power)
• Milwaukee Road 17B, an EMD E7A, a 2,000-horsepower unit, is at Council Bluffs, IA on October 29, 1955
• Milwaukee Road 1060, a Class B-4 Ten-Wheeler built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1902, is on a local freight at Sauk Prairie, WI in September 1953
• Milwaukee Road 93C is leading Train #101, the Afternoon Hiawatha out of Chicago’s Union Station
at 1:02PM on June 1, 1953

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