Deval seems to be the intersection of multiple high tension wire lines, and UP 5756 proceeds under some of these. In the foreground is CY Tower/Deval Tower.
A northbound unit coal train clears the home signal at Deval, headed for a Wisconsin utility plant . The train originated on the BN in Wyoming, and this contract was later lost to the UP.
Sunset and semaphores; crossing C&NW Northwest Line
About to cross the C&NW Northwest Line; looks like it's being photographed by two railfans!
One of the very select few patched CNW SD40-2s leads a southbound manifest through Deval. 3028's nose patch in nicely peeling off, revealing the CNW underneath.
What has to be one of the rarest consists you could see on the CN has train 453 sitting at a red board. WC 7498 was the first SD45, or engine for that matter, to wear WC paint. It started as 667... (more)