A bunch of fallen flag hoppers are brimming with coal.
Holding to allow passengers on.
The Milwuakee seems reflective in the BNSF's Heritage paint scheme.
The culprit for a lack of rail traffic emerges from the St. Croix sub.
The CP's HAT Transfer holds, nearly blocking the view of an eastbound BNSF wedgie.
Leaning into a curve at track speed with a hello blast of the horn.
The daily local job dusts up snow along the UP's Mankato Sub.
A hot intermodal pops out from behind a crewless Soo consist.
A pair of red GEs pulls past a detector and onto the St. Paul sub.
Choreographed head leaning? First shot of the morning.
Finally! Three days of sunshine. But negative degrees didn't prevent me from catching the daily St. Paul train.
With three Geeps (Soo 2403, CP 8264, CP 8275), an MP15AC (Soo 1536) and two SD60 (Soo 6017 and 6037) up front, this eastbound frieght heads through St. Paul.
After holding for about 90 minutes for the signal, traffic got moving in Northtown so this H-train could terminate.
A CSXT and a CP locomotive take this vehicle train to the west coast through a midwest snow storm.
After adding cars and waiting for traffic, this stack train heads east.