Battered and bruised, but still going strong, a classic BN GP50 rolls southward with a short South Local right on the tail of a manifest.
This classic BN GP50 is right where it should be and partnered up with exactly what it should be - racing across the fields of eastern North Dakota with another cascade green counterpart in tow.
The sun is just peaking over the horizon as the South Local hustles past the Merrifield grain elevator.
It's definitely looking (and feeling) like winter as a whiteface BN geep accelerates out of town at sunrise.
A cold autumn sunrise greets a bluebonnet GP50 as it strolls southward with a short South Local.
The South Local will be the only train on the Hillsboro line this morning. After it passes, a six hour window is going into effect to allow maintenance crews to work throughout the rest of the mor... (more)
The South Local rolls southward out of Thompson on its way to the American Crystal Sugar plant north of Hillsboro.
A very nice pair of geeps guides the South Local into the siding at Thompson.
Right on the tail of Amtrak is the South Local with a rebuilt GP39M in the lead.
A GP30 rebuild leads the South Local onto the Hillsboro Sub on a crisp August morning.
One of the shortest South Locals I've ever seen rolls lazily southward. This local is likely being affected by an employee lockout at the American Crystal Sugar plant near Hillsboro.
It's nice to see a bluebonnet back on the point as the South Local heads for Hillsboro with the Grand Forks to Northtown train right behind it.
After some quick work on the Thompson siding, the South Local scoots southward out of town.
It's a muggy, unpleasant morning in the Red River Valley. At least a pair of BN geeps is out to brighten the mood.
The South Local is right on the tail of coal empties as it hustles southward.