One clean, one filthy - both old push back into the yard.
Leaves do their best to hang on as horsepower rumbles the Minnesota River valley.
Can't put my finger on it, but something is missing.
A track crew replaces a section of the Park Jct. diamond. The ore cars behind are apart of the U-ALLMAD which broke a knuckle. Talk about a tie-up!
Actually reversing from the west end of the Midway Yard.
A string of IBT box cars head north behind the CN's 5799 and 5553.
54 cars put a lot of attention on this single switcher.
This short train zipped up and down the Midway sub, probably after the UP coal derailment.
It didn't take long for the UP to dirty up this leaser. A patched SP unit and the blue bomber set out from East Minneapolis.
Weaving through Union Yard into the Midway yard.
Wrong way main and light power for a long train.
Heading down to the small yard off Shepard Road. Photo #600.
A wind breaks the serene water and removes more leaves.
Popping out from under the bridge. The lift bridge is what I had hoped to get a shot of.
A pair of EMDs idle off the mainline. The equipment a throw back to when grain was king.