A quartet of various EMD variations lead GLC's OSTN south past the massive Durand Union Station.
A trio of older locomotives lead L501 west through Durand.
M395 catches the last rays of sun as it heads west through Durand with a pair of dead IC SD70s in tow.
A pair of GE ET44ACs lead a westbound manifest through Durand.
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.