Humboldt memories A Soo Line freight departs Humboldt Yard in the Twin Cities north of Minneapolis, Minnesota, on August 11, 1985. A Milwaukee Road “Hiawatha” SD40-2 No. 159 leads two S... (more)
Well, here it is! EMD's newest locomotive on the Market, I was one of the first people to see it after it was unveiled at CPs Humboldt Yard. The thing that sets this unit apart from other ACes i... (more)
Soo 730 heads west out of Humboldt Yard on a nice September day back in 1988 as seen from Osseo Road.
Soo 6062,6036 are at the east end of Humboldt Yard waiting to head east with a grain train.
This ex-Minneapolis Northfield & Southern engine is switching the east end of Humboldt Yard with an ex-Milwaukee Road MP15AC.
The very last new locomotive delivered to the Soo Line basks in the sun at Humboldt Yard. 6062 is one of only 5 SD60Ms on the roster.
Two GP9s in Humboldt Yard.
A matched set of Soo motors take the day off on the edge of CP's Humboldt Yard.
Train 295 heads into the sun after taking the "pass" at Humboldt Yard on this warm summer evening. I was definately happy with the power placement on this train!
CEFX 106 and a few SOO SD60s wait for an assignment.
Engineer Alex Tomes brings the Dresser Turn into the yard in North Minneapolis with a bandit sandwiched by mulitmarks.
An all EMD consist shoves a cut of cars down in the receiving yard early in the morning.
Framed by trees fending off fall, the short 738 waits for the go-ahead signal.
SOO 1546 is one of Humboldt's ex Milwaukee Road switchers.
Switching cars at Humboldt Yard