A pair of UP power moves a CP train into Pig's Eye.
Trees hide the westbound signal at station sign Van Buren. #700.
Crossing an old tressle.
A string of Hyundai containers weave into the MNNR yard.
Leaving Shoreham, BNSF power assists. Behind the tree a swoosh can be seen.
There was a traffic jam at the wye. This train is leaving the Wayzata sub to enter the Midway sub.
An ole possum leads two leasers and a string of Cat equipment into Northtown.
Sunlight blinds the crew as they come 'round the bend.
Winding off the north runner.
A track inspector heads against a speeding H-GFDGAL in Pig's Eye.
A burned CP 9558 brings in the daily autoracks.
Rolling onto the BNSF's St. Paul sub.
BNSF baretables on the left; a healthy string of power on a transfer; and spare power sit in the UP yard.
A crane pushes the standard MoW consist which floats in the Metro. A large string of power awaits to leave the UP's East Minneapolis Yard.
Rail work on the St. Paul sub detoured this CP train along the Midway sub. Many engineers are not certified for this sub, so CP trains are rare.