What's special about these pictures of #10 is that most of you have probably unknowingly seen this unit in person, since in fake-C&NW paint job it's now on display next to the depot restaurant at Milton Junction.  After retirement from MN&S, #10 was purchased by the Central Wisconsin railroad (predecessor to the Wisconsin Calumet) and was added to their collection of ex-Milwaukee Fairbanks-Morse switchers which were their sole motive power.  With the unexpected death of the Central Wisconsin's owner, the railroad went defunct and the state-owned track was subsequently leased to the WICT, who came up with a number of GP9's for power. Central Wisconsin's FM's were all sold or scrapped except for the two which are still on display at Milton Junction and Brodhead. - Craig Bluschke

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