A nice Heritage I Dash 9 accelerates into the sunrise with the Northtown to Noyes manifest.
A duo of foreign power leads the Noyes to Dilworth manifest around the curve through East Grand Forks.
A pair of 70MACs hauls a Noyes to Dilworth manifest slowly past the American Crystal Sugar plant in East Grand Forks.
It looks as though the greenface is enjoying its time working out of Grand Forks. For the second day in a row, it is leading a work train eastward out to Fisher to lay new ties around the curve no... (more)
The greenface SD60M makes another appearance in the Grand Cities with the 8117 still tagging along. This time, the duo is on its way to Fisher with a work train as it crosses over the Red River of... (more)
If only the second duo could have been leading. Two SD70MACs and two SD60Ms flex their muscles as they pull eastward out of East Grand Forks on their way to Noyes.
The trees are showing the signs of fall as a duo of 75Is rolls eastward with the Northtown to Noyes manifest.
The return leg of the Grand Forks to Cass Lake turn rolls around the curve through East Grand Forks on a very pleasant August evening.
A pair of SD70MACs rolls eastward at station sign Simplot with coal loads for Cohasset, MN.
Coal loads for Cohasset, MN, head for Fisher, MN, where they will take the siding, while the City Job with a repainted GP28 waits for them to clear.
A recently repainted GP28 waits on the Crystal Sugar sidings while coal loads for Cohasset, MN, roll by on the main.
GP28M 1521 was one of Burlington Northern's Operation Lifesaver "Think Before You Cross!" units. It has now been repainted into the swoosh scheme, unfortunately.
Under ominous skies, the regular manifest from Northtown Yard to Noyes rolls eastward over the Red River of the North.
A familiar geep is back on the point of the City Job as it shoves a set of hoppers around the Crystal Sugar sidings.
After a lengthy hiatus due to high water north of the Canadian border, the Northtown to Noyes manifest is back on track as it rolls eastward over the Red River of the North.