In the last rays of sunlight, a Heritage I Dash 9 leads a Chicago to Portland Z-train westward out of Grand Forks, detouring over the Hillsboro and Devils Lake Subdivisions due to a major derailme... (more)
Foreign power leads a long freight out of town behind Amtrak in August 2012.
An eastbound Empire Builder makes a late trip across the northern plains in summer 2012. I no longer remember why it was late or why the consist order was odd.
It definitely looks nicer outside in this photo than it is today. A cascade green duo with a GP50 leading takes the South Local across the County 6 crossing at Merrifield.
A ratty example of the numerous recently leased Canadian Pacific GEs leads a grain train westward around the curve through East Grand Forks.
The old signals on the Hillsboro line are seeing their final days as the South Local trots past behind a nice duo of cascade green.
A nice retro consist leads the South Local onto the Hillsboro Subdivision and out of town.
It has been a long time, but through trains are once again running over the Devils Lake Subdivision thanks to it being designated as an alternative to the KO Subdivision. This grain train for the ... (more)
Right on the tail of two manifests is a Clay Boswell coal empty behind a nose-to-tail pair of macs.
Pigeons scatter as a manifest freight rolls southward past the newly installed, but not yet operative, block signals along the Hillsboro line.
A construction project is under way along the Hillsboro Subdivision as a long manifest freight rumbles southward.
A pair of Dash 9s tugs a manifest freight westward under Demers Avenue and around the curve into the yard.
A newly operational signal stands guard as a quartet of GEs leads an intermodal train westward through Fargo.
A nice mix of color leads an empty Bakken oil train westward through the quiet zone in downtown Moorhead.
An elephant style trio of Dash 9s races Bakken oil empties westward past a parked empty coal train in Fargo.