Autumn Color WeekendsTM
and Pumpkin SpecialTM Photos


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Passengers disembark from the train at Quartzite Lake, the far end of the line.


Mid-Continent's locomotive number 7 chugs out of the Baraboo River valley amid the autumn colors of October, enroute to the end of the line at Quartzite Lake.


Mid-Continent's locomotive number 7 chugs out of the Baraboo River valley amid the autumn colors of October, enroute to the end of the line at Quartzite Lake.


Passengers visit the pumpkin patch at Quartzite Lake, at the end of the line.


Passengers visit the pumpkin patch at Quartzite Lake, at the end of the line.


Mid-Continent's train crew takes a break between runs. From left to right Fred Vergenz, Milwaukee, WI, brakeman; James Neubauer, Chicago, IL, condcutor; and Al Joyce, Minneapolis, MN, engineer.


Conductor James Neubauer, Chicago, IL, punches tickets for passengers on the Pumpkin Special. Soon they will be visiting the Pumpkin Patch to pick out their jack-o-lanterns for the season.


Passengers visit the pumpkin patch at Quartzite Lake, at the end of the line.


Passengers visit the pumpkin patch at Quartzite Lake, at the end of the line.


Visitors check out freshly painted steam locomotive #49. It is the last existing steam locomotive from the Green Bay & Western Railroad which once ran across the central part of Wisconsin.


Train conductor John Decker checks out freshly painted steam locomotive #49. It is the last existing steam locomotive from the Green Bay & Western Railroad which once ran across the central part of Wisconsin.


Two steam locomotives at Mid-Continent Railway Museum have a fresh new look. At left, Green Bay & Western #49 gleams in new paint, while newly restored Soo Line #2645 at right looks on. #2645 last ran at Neenah, Wisconsin in the mid 1950's and was on display in a park at Waukesha for many years before coming to Mid-Continent in 1989.


Visitors check out freshly painted steam locomotive #49. It is the last existing steam locomotive from the Green Bay & Western Railroad which once ran across the central part of Wisconsin.


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