What I think is a CP transfer to UP's South St. Paul Yard is seen crossing the Robert Street Lift Bridge in St. Paul. The Robert Street Lift Bridge was completed in 1913 by the Chicago Great Weste... (more)
Two SD9043MAC's lead a potash train across the Mississippi headed to Itasca, WI.
INRD power crawls across the Robert Street Lift Bridge in downtown Saint Paul with coke empties for the Flint Hills Resources plant in Rosemount, MN.
A pair of clean INRD SD90s lead a CP coke train over the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul.
A trio of UP SD9043MAC's crawls across the almost 100 year old Robert Street lift bridge in downtown St. Paul. It was another 65 degree day in the Twin Cities.
As the Saint Paul skyline looks on, three SD9043MACs lead a UP train across the Robert Street lift bridge, with the "Great River" providing a nice reflection.
Ex. CNW 8805 leads a Bayport coal load across the Robert Street Lift Bridge in downtown St. Paul.
A different view of the Robert Street Lift Bridge as seen from my motel room. I was put up at the Crowne Plaza in St. Paul for a conference last week. The view was amazing. From my motel room I... (more)
SD60's are a rare commodity in these parts. About the only train you will see them on are these coke trains as the INRD is leasing them. Being that this train originated on that railroad, their ... (more)
Coke empties cross the Robert Street lift bridge behind an AC4400CW and surprisingly enough an SD60. With the down turn in the economy the SOO SD60's are sidelined for an increase in traffic maki... (more)
The daily LTS56 (Altoona-South St. Paul) snakes off the Depot Track south across the Mississippi River.
CP 404 works their way across the Mississippi River to UP's South St. Paul yard where they'll terminate and hand the train over to a UP crew. Notice the bridge piers, one of the main reasons for ... (more)
Once I knew where this train was heading, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to get another shot here.
A trio of SD70's trundle past downtown, across the Mississippi River, and toward the South St Paul yard.
I wanted to try a different angle with this bridge.