UP 3632 leads an empty coal train south on CP's line along the Mississippi River south of Reno, MN. The low trestle remains wooden, holding up a ballasted deck and heavy trains.
CP 8846 leads a train south near Reno, MN between La Crescent, MN and Marquette, IA on the former MILW St. Paul to Kansas City line. This route hugs the Mississippi River along much of its route, ... (more)
Canadian Pacific Railway 7015 is one of 60 SD70ACUs being rebuilt by Progress Rail in Kentucky, using the railroad’s stored SD9043MACs. Ten of the rebuilds will wear the attractive heritage scheme... (more)
An empty sand train heading for the Tomah Sub east of LaCrossse works up the Marquette Sub near Reno. The railroad swings away from the Mississippi River as they cross this causeway in the back wa... (more)
The daily St. Paul to Kansas City freight train swing around the corner at Reno on the Marquette Sub. The train is working between LaCrescent and Marquette. The train was 2x1 DP-ed with 159 cars o... (more)
A loaded sand train out of Tunnel City, WI, from the Unimin Corporation transverses the back waters along the Mississippi River. The train is bound for unloading at Loving, NM, south of Carlsbad. ... (more)
This St. Paul, MN, to Kansas City, MO, freight train was called over 4 hours late at St. Paul this morning, and is now over 5-6 hours late as they make their way towards Marquette with a relief cr... (more)
Reno Jct. One time a branch went along the bluff.
Nice SOO power on the daily St. Paul - Kansas City Manifest made for a great Friday off of work.
Rolling north along the Marquette Sub, train #171 rumbles across the backwaters of the Mississippi River at Reno.
Flooding along the Mississippi River is evident as DME 271 passes through the Reno Bottoms.
We're well into the CP merger but pure ICE consists can still be found on home rails as is evident with ICE 6434 and ICE 6411 at Reno, MN.
171 rolls north through the Reno Bottoms. June is the time to shoot here. It won't be long before the lily pads will die and turn brown, ruining this shot location.