Two different Santa Fe schemes power this vehicle train through St. Paul.
A pair of SD60s motor through moderate snows and heavy traffic.
Wrong way main and light power for a long train.
The swoosh can be seen on the second unit.
You wouldn't know it was fall by the greenery.
Working as the rest of the train is making the grade. The second unit is my first Swoosh power viewed in person.
Some of the trees haven't gotten the message that it is fall.
Ties nex to the tracks indicate an approaching slow down in traffic.
4935 and 527 Heritage units approach a blinking yellow signal, as track work is 2 miles ahead.
An EMD follows a typical GE eastbound.
Blooming trees and green grass frame this pair of CP units.
Single trackage through Hoffman held this train for more than an hour.
Leaning into the curve, three EMDs take care of this train.
Bringing up the rear of a lite power move.
Trouble up the hill, this westbound train almost needed additional help.