Nearly a mile of auto-racks hustles West over BNSF's KO Subdivision on a splendid Winter afternoon, led by a former Conrail SD60.
Empty oil cans hustle across the North Dakota prairie with two Canucks leading the charge.
Trackside property? Two of BNSF's finest GE's hustle nearly 7,000 feet of Seattle, WA bound double-stacks through the booming community of Bremen on BNSF's KO Subdivision.
A high priority manifest destined for Pasco, Wash. traverses one of the many sags of BNSF's KO Subdivision, also known as the Surrey Cutoff. This sag carries the tracks over the Northern Continent... (more)
A golden field of wheat gently sways in the breeze while a "container grainer" bound for Tacoma, WA rumbles past both elevators in the small hamlet of Hamberg, ND on BNSF's KO Subdivisio... (more)
The mercury continues to drop below 0*F, as a long and heavy Williston to Northtown manifest works towards Dilworth, away from the setting sun.
NS's "Lackawanna" Heritage Unit leads oil loads from Trenton past the Little Prairie Lutheran Church in Simcoe.
Two triclops lead a 26 car Ross Turn past an oil empty in downtown Minot.
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit leads an empty Manitou oil train into Dilworth on a nice Winter afternoon.
Brand new ACe's lead brand new tank cars on a Trenton, ND bound oil empty.
Oil empties roll West up the KO bound for Epping, ND and another refill of Bakken crude, behind a Belle leader that's probably not too used to snow...
Autoracks trot down the KO Sub behind a pair of GE's, passing the Little Prairie Lutheran Church in the thriving metropolis of Simcoe.
BNSF's Grace City Local rolls West with a short train over the spectacular trestle in Luverne.
Oil empties roll West to Trenton, ND for another load of Bakken crude, with lost coal power doing the dirty work.
Bakken crude oil loads for the CSX and ultimately St John in New Brunswick (Canada!) cross the spectacular Great Northern creation over Lake Ashtabula.