Along The Milwaukee Way: Rockford (Illinois) Revisited, Part 1 12
A Milwaukee Road Portfolio36
Milwaukee Road Modeler: Tip Top Tap lounges
in HO scale40
Front cover: SD40-2 No. 201 was the first locomotive to sport the Milwaukee's final new livery: the "Hiawatha scheme", unveiled at a special ceremony at Milwaukee on Nov. 9, 1983. MILWAUKEE ROAD, ROBERT T MCCOY. Inset: A single F-unit noses it way out of downtown Rockford, Ill., with the daily Janesville-Mendota freight in the winter of 1977-78-MIKE SCHAFER Back cover: Attendees to MRHA's 2003 Spokane convention assemble for a group photo during a chartered excursion over the Pend O'Reille Valley Railway on June 28, 2003. If you don't see yourself in this photo, you need to attend the next convention! The POUR operates the former MILW Metaline Falls branch in northeastern Washington using ex-MILW GP9s.-BOB STOROZUK
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