Another installment in our series of slides from Bill Wulfert. Usual warnings apply.
In 1989 IRM was able to acquire several cars that had belonged to the TWERHS group, and had to remove them from the East Troy property. It's a long story. The train consisted of three North Shore cars, a South Shore car, and about ten reefers used for parts storage. Anyway, Bill was there to take pictures of the "hospital train" that brought the equipment to IRM. Thanks, Bill!
NSL 250, 757, 763 at Mukwonago 2-25-1989
Wisconsin Central (ex-Soo Line) 718 -- GP30 used to pull the train to Leithton
At Mukwonago interchange
North Shore 250 stopping for STP top-off at first inspection stop on Wisconsin Central
North Shore 763, 757, 250 in train to IRM
Rear of IRM hospital train from Mukwonago -- South Shore 28
SSL 28 enroute to IRM from Mukwonago
763 at IRM shortly after arrival from East Troy
250 shortly after arrival
250 baggage compartment
Another recent arrival
757 operating at IRM
The 250 was already in very bad shape and was eventually scrapped. The following prints are all dated March 11, 1995: