The fall colors in central Minnesota were nothing short of spectacular this morning as coal loads head east through Lincoln.
A pair of old veterans drag a double stack train west past trees that are just starting to show some color.
Three different models of locomotive tug hard on a manifest train heading for Glenwood.
It was a treat to find such great power heading back to Northtown with the transfer from the CP in St. Paul.
After completing some work in the bluff yard, this vehicle train snakes back on the main heading west for Northtown.
The Empire Builder is right on schedule as it heads east for its next stop in Red Wing
The daily St. Cloud local heads west after spending the day in Northtown.
Just seconds after meeting its eastbound counterpart, another commuter train heads for Big Lake.
A pair of cascade green locomotives slowly head east over the swollen Mississippi River in Anoka.
High priority merchandise from Spokane, WA heads east along a busy Hwy 10 and a local Coborns grocery store.
An eastbound unit vehicle train heading for Chicago, IL calls for its track assignment at Coon Creek.
A mile long stack train from British Columbia heads east behind a lone, very ugly, GE locomotive.
After meeting the eastbound Watertown local at Kerkhoven, this westbound unit train pulls through a tunnel of trees.
Coal empties from Portage, WI head west through North Dakota to be loaded one more time in the powder river basin.
It's always great to find old EMDs still earning their keep on locals and this one in North Dakota is a great example.