If only the second duo could have been leading. Two SD70MACs and two SD60Ms flex their muscles as they pull eastward out of East Grand Forks on their way to Noyes.
A familiar geep is back on the point of the City Job as it shoves a set of hoppers around the Crystal Sugar sidings.
In the first light of the day, a pair of NS twins accelerates eastward out of East Grand Forks with the regular manifest for Noyes, Minnesota.
A unit CN potash train rolls eastward out of East Grand Forks with a single Dash 9 in the lead.
I could dream of all swoosh logos just peeling away like this one. ;-)
Another fresh coat of paint was applied and scarred - the "B" in the swoosh logo on BNSF 2032's nose did not last very long. The Cass Lake Local, today referred to as a "key train", rolls slowly t... (more)
The usual trio of geeps leads the Winnipeg Turn eastward out of East Grand Forks on a bright Tuesday morning as seen from the city's eastern flood wall.
In a bizarre scene, three GEs are leading the normal geeps on today's Winnipeg Turn. They are obviously en route to pick up a unit grain train somewhere.
Foreman J. Hansen leads an unusual work extra eastward along the Grand Forks subdivision en route to Noyes, MN.
Rolling past the East Grand Forks station sign, a pair of geeps begins the 25 mile journey to Crookston, MN, where it will be picking up a baretable train from the Minnesota Northern Railroad.
A pre-swoosh GEVO and two Dash 9s haul a unit grain train east around the curve on the east side of East Grand Forks.
The thrice weekly M-SUPMIN has power more suited for a coal train, two power-by-the-hour leasors, today as it rolls westward through East Grand Forks.
The glow of a winter sunrise illuminates the daily Cass Lake local as it heads for work at Crookston, Mentor, and points east.