The hulk of Soo Line GP30 703 rests behind a little Davenport switcher, the "Chipmunk Express," at the Colfax Railroad Museum.
Soo 321, built by Rhode Island in 1887, has been cosmetically restored for exhibit at Pinecrest Historical Village near Manitowoc, Wisconsin. It is displayed alongside the depot from Collins, Wis... (more)
Inside the cab of Doncaster-built A4 Dwight D Eisenhower, displayed at the National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Polished brass builders plate on Doncaster-built A4 Dwight D Eisenhower, displayed at the National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
A Union Pacific Big Boy and Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 are two of the icons of American railroading displayed at the National Railroad Museum.
Big Boy 4017 is being looked over by two enthusiastic fans at the National Railroad Museum.
After a brief passenger stop at St. Paul Union Depot, the Empire Builder is on its way again, passing under the signal bridge at Hoffman Avenue as it heads towards Chicago.
After a brief stop, the Empire Builder rolls past the scale house at Midway heading for its scheduled stop at St. Paul Union Depot.
An outbound Northstar commuter zips past the deadline at Northtown, which is full of BNSF and Santa Fe SD75s.
A very colorful lash-up of BNSF and KCS power rolls past the old Northrup King Seed Company building on the BNSF's Midway Sub in Minneapolis.
The Hastings Patrol stops to line a derail on their way to switch ConAgra.
Black Hills Central 2-5-2 No. 7 struggles up the 4% grade leading out of Hill City, bound for Keystone.
Black Hills Central 2-5-2 No. 7 runs around its train at Keystone Junction on a lazy summer afternoon in 1995.
A new CP GP20C switches the small yard at the 157-year-old ConAgra flour mill at Hastings, Minnesota.