It's hard to believe it's November as a rebuilt GP35 leads a BNSF local eastward over the Red River out of Grand Forks on a great Sunday morning.
A fresh pair of GEVOs leads a rock train westward around the curve through East Grand Forks en route to the Grand Forks yard.
A ratty example of the numerous recently leased Canadian Pacific GEs leads a grain train westward around the curve through East Grand Forks.
A short manifest is making good time out of Grand Forks behind the power of a pair of Dash 9s.
This big, ugly blue thing has definitely seen better days as it leads a manifest westward through East Grand Forks. Thankfully, for the sake of the Grand Cities Artfest, what was expected to be a ... (more)
A windmill extra rounds the curve westward through East Grand Forks on a pleasant summer evening.
Norfolk Southern's Illinois Terminal heritage unit and a conventional cousin haul what was intended to be a Galesburg to Grand Forks train westward through East Grand Forks. Due to heavy congestio... (more)
Two Pacman 40s lead the way as a high/wide load inches eastward over the Red River under the close watch of several personnel. The train, bound for Calgary, was received in Duluth, MN, and ran via... (more)
A unit that I grew up watching, yet never have been able to photograph, finally opens itself up to me as it crosses over the Red River into East Grand Forks. The sound of the GP30 rebuild is hard ... (more)
A duo of foreign power leads the Noyes to Dilworth manifest around the curve through East Grand Forks.
The greenface SD60M makes another appearance in the Grand Cities with the 8117 still tagging along. This time, the duo is on its way to Fisher with a work train as it crosses over the Red River of... (more)
The return leg of the Grand Forks to Cass Lake turn rolls around the curve through East Grand Forks on a very pleasant August evening.
GP28M 1521 was one of Burlington Northern's Operation Lifesaver "Think Before You Cross!" units. It has now been repainted into the swoosh scheme, unfortunately.
Under ominous skies, the regular manifest from Northtown Yard to Noyes rolls eastward over the Red River of the North.
After a lengthy hiatus due to high water north of the Canadian border, the Northtown to Noyes manifest is back on track as it rolls eastward over the Red River of the North.