Anagrams of each other, BNSF 2369 and BNSF 2963, push back well cars. Minneapolis is seen in the background.
A trio of war bonnets are under the control of a friendly engineer.
Leaning into the curve, a pair of greenies skirts the Z-CHCSSE.
Heading into the morning sun, the end of the train can be seen.
Crew members from the newly arrived CP 199 cross in front of another CP train.
An old school pair of SD40-2s in green pull past the moon still visible at 2pm.
Popping out from under a stone bridge on Nicollet Island, downtown offices and condos line the horizon.
Splitting the signals on the Midway sub.
The remnants of a trestle still carry joggers from a path on the island.
Coming off the bridge and stopping at the depot.
Passing the Aaron Carlson Co.s, a moment of narcissism.
Catching the late afternoon sun, the exhaust looks good.
Crossing the Mississippi River.
FURX coal hoppers wind through Dayton's Bluff into the Belt Yard.
Painfully slow at 10 mph almost all the way into Northtown.