A blue bonnet directs a stack/autorack train west through Northtown.
This Vikings fan continues on his way in between mainlines after being admonished by a CP employee. The #182 waits with 156 stack cars.
Listed as a SLUG, it is on point and crew members sit in the locomotive.
A pair of CP units pop, hiss, and tick as this frieght passes through at track speed. The setting sun lights up the reflective nose paint.
A string of EMDs wait for another assignment behind an obvious CNW carry-over.
Windmill component can be seen trailing on the former BNSF U-HOUNTW. Now bound for Canada on the CP. Ironically, the clouds in the background produced straight-line winds this morning.
Hamming it up on the crummy.
A last glint of light after harsh storms roared through the area. The reminants of a rainbow is fading quick as Minneapolis catches light.
A walking path strectches along side the Staples Sub, north of Northtown.
Making the grade to cross Northtown.
A pair of SD40-2s drag a Premium Service train through Northtown.
A pure autotrain cuts down the UP.
A rare find, and finally a sunny shot.
A roster for you C60/44CW fans. Is that a camera on the engineer's side?
Worse for the wear, a war bonnet leads an NREX ex-DRG&W tunnel motor.