Two Geeps run around to the front of their train, special logo still proudly displayed, as Minneapolis sits on the horizon.
A lone SD40-2 pushes back a GREX ballast dumper as a CP ES44AC builds its intermodal train.
Two IC&E units, running and occupied cling to the rear of a CP train as it enters Humboldt.
Approaching Shoreham after an excursion out to Dresser, WI.
Pushing back to leave a cut of UPS trailers. My favorite spot to get Minneapolis in the background.
Waiting for its next assignment.
A pair of RS-27s are smoking it up for a handful of railfans in this rare lash-up.
Anticipating a hand throw, switches were marred by a deep snow fall in the last week.
Only 2 numbers apart, BNSF 539 and 536 have paint schemes decades apart.
Snaking across the longest trestle that I know of in the Metro. One rack and 8 BNSF/ATSF boxcars head towards the St. Paul Ford Plant.
A new locomotive works the BNSF's Dayton's Bluff terminal.
A couple of stackers and air glides were left here. In the background, BNSF 2773 and 2847 come to retrieve them.
My first in-person viewing of this heritage unit.
In the back is an ex-Southern Pacific unit with UP and gansta patches.
Speckled with something, the real interesting thing about the Empire Builder is the Cascade unit playing second fiddle.