The Hiawatha Job switches cars at MNNR's yard in St. Paul.
The Twin Cities & Western St. Paul Turn arrives at the Minnesota Commercial Yard with a quartet of various unique EMDs including a GP20C leading.
You can almost hear the chugging in this picture. Ex. GBW 318, one of two RS-27's Minnesota Commercial owns, shuffles cars in the small yard just south of Highway 35W.
A rare movement on the Minnesota Commercial, Job 31 which normally switches the hump went up to Fridley to switch out Murphy and interchange with CN at New Brighton.
Ex. GBW 314 is still holding its own teamed up with T-2, an ex. NS B23-7 converted slug. The pair are working the hump on Job 31.
Job 67 waits for the conductor to walk up before heading south to serve more industry.
Job 67 working a pair of sidings at Broadway Street in Minneapolis.
This former Conrail Geep, and the cars with its, is owned by Minnesota's Gopher State Railroad Museum and are stored near the Minnesota Commerical roundhouse where they've been vandalized.
This ex-Conrail B23-7 is used for a parts souce by the Minnesota Commercial Railway.