Possibly the oldest rail featured on RP - rolled in 1887
RRVW 4104 nears completion of loading its 110 car shuttle grain train at Casselton late in the day.
In a typical North Dakota scene, CAT powered RRVW 4104 assists in the loading of a 110 car unit grain train at Casselton.
CAT-powered RRVW 4104 shoves empty hoppers down the line to get filled. Note the CAT sticker on the longhood and the Operation Lifesaver sticker on the front of the unit.
The Red River Valley & Western Railroad's main line exits the sleepy town of New Rockford and continues on into the North Dakota prairie
Cat Diesel repowers locomotives at their Minneapolis Facility. TC&W and RRV&W being customers, explaining the C designation on their motive power.
RRVW 2053, on loan from sister company Twin Cities & Western, arrives at the CP's Pigs Eye Yard with transfers.
A trio of brown and yellow round a curve toward a downgrade past St. Paul.