With 5 units up front, BNSF's Northtown Yard to Laurel, MT manifest heads west on the Wayzata Sub. The sun angle at this time of year is perfect for the shot along Lake Minnetonka. A surprise was ... (more)
Nearing the end of CP trackage rights, RCPE's Mankato turn heads west out of Walnut Grove towards home rails in Tracy.
RCPE's Mankato turn heads west out of Springfield towards home in Aurora, SD. The city was originally named "Burns" when the CNW extended their line to here in 1877.
Departing Mankato, RCPE's Mankato to Aurora train heads west past the riverfront. The old Mankato depot once hosted CNW passenger trains, nowadays several local businesses call it home.
A 7+ hour late Amtrak 8 heads through St. Paul with the Operation Lifesaver P42 and Day 1 Charger.
RCPE'S Mankato turn heads west through the southern Minnesota Flatlands on this beautiful fall evening.
Some local wildlife takes a swim in the pond as the Minnesota Commercial Hugo job passes by Gem Lake.
The BNCP transfer heads east through Park Junction on their way to St. Paul yard with a pair of SD60Ms and a pair of B40-8Ws. The orange locomotive fits well with the surrounding foliage present.
The Commercial's Belt Job crosses the diamond at Park Junction, they are now less than a mile from their home yard destination. The foliage provided great color here.
A pair of ex Santa Fe dash 7s take the Minnesota Commercial's Belt Job heads southbound, about to head under the I-35W overpass. The fall foliage provided some nice color to the photo, and was at ... (more)
The Mankato turn heads west past the old elevator at Essig.
A pair of RCPE's finest head over the trestle on the Cottonwood River in New Ulm.
A pair of SD40-2s take the Mankato turn west out of town, back to home base in Aurora, SD. Folks were out enjoying the Halloween festivities occurring downtown, while us railfans were getting our ... (more)
CP 41B is in the hole at South Haven for 3 eastbounds. Not long after sunset, the 2nd eastbound rolls past the business train.
The Canadian Pacific OCS rounds the curve into Maple Lake on a perfect fall evening on the Paynesville Sub. Doesn't get much better than F units in evening light.