With snow flakes starting to fly at a heavy rate just moments before arrival, CN M399 passes Durand Union Station shortly after 4am.
CN Train M393 hustles under a one-of-a-kind GTW signal with a huge lean in Durand, Michigan. PTC deadlines are quickly approaching, and this signal bridge isn't long for the world.
A surprising lashup for the Flint sub, CN SD60F #5516 and BNSF C44-9W #746 lead train M395 west. This was certainly a nice consist.
Canadian National's long distance local L502 does it's work at Durand with a well-worn BC Rail widecab.
HESR 3036, still wearing its classic Central Michigan colors, yards its train from Bay City in Durand.
A freshly repainted HESR GP40-2W leads Huron & Eastern's Bay City to Durand turn. Here, the train crew prepares to depart Durand for Bay City.
An ex ATSF C40-8W leads a eastbound CN manifest towards Port Huron.
This GTW GP9 has been around for over a half a century and it has seen a lot of railroad history from big steam engines running Grand Trunk Western's premiere passenger trains to today's modern ES... (more)
A CN SD75I and a BNSF Gevo lead a long westbound through Durand with 133 cars.
BCOL 4609 shoves its train around the High Wye at Durand before departing for Battle Creek.
Train M393 backs into the yard to undergo a lengthy session of switching.