Two Norfolk Southern units and one CN unit lead a mixed train eastbound. As the train continued to pass me I found a powder like substance that was coming from a hopper about 3/4 of the way into ... (more)
Earning their keep and working hard, these EMDs are bringing coal to Superior, WI.
CP 8747 brings a mixed variety of grain hoppers slowly through western MN.
An eastbound stack train passes through the westbound signal at MP 148.1.
Waiting for a westbound (coal empties) to clear, BNSF 9247 patiently waits to move east. Notice how the conductor can be easily seen.
BNSF 4749 running westward with stacks and trailers.
A dual window SD60M and two Oakways bring some shiny hoppers to the west.
Still showing the signs of a BNSF unit in H1 paint, this FURX leads a stack train to the west.
BNSF 2866 is on the point of the Cass Lake local today and brings several covered hoppers that have sat at the Rosby siding for months as the sun begins to set on a hot summer day.
Going through a crossing after dark this consist of BNSFs head westward.
A pair of geeps on today's CP Local idle overnight awaiting the 5:00AM crew. Note the consecutive numbers, 4416 & 4417.
A pair of geeps, 4416 and 4417 were used on today's CP Local. The crew used 4416 today as they worked westward; 4417 will be used tomorrow morning.
BNSF 8230 idles as it waits for a crew to continue it eastward as the CP local heads to the west (right).
DMIR 409 leads a string of Mintac Loads southward.
DMIR 413 heads southbound with limestone empties.