The Drayton Local's crew rushes back to Grand Forks attempting to beat the clock before they die on hours. Unfortunately, the west lead was blocking the interlocking and they were forced to park o... (more)
With a little "luck", the St. Patrick's Day skies cleared over Grand Forks as the Drayton Local buzzed back into town.
When the west lead decided to waste time blocking the Glasston line interlocking, the Drayton Local's crew died on hours and was forced to park their train here at the Gateway Drive crossing. It w... (more)
Light power returns to Grand Forks from Drayton, ND.
Grungy BNSF 2218 leads the Drayton Local back into the Grand Forks yard.
BNSF's Drayton Local comes under UND's "Hamster Tube" just before re-entering the Grand Forks yard.
BNSF's Drayton Local rounds the final curve on the Glasston line before re-entering the Grand Forks yard.
BNSF's daily Drayton Local prepares to rattle across the diamond of the former Northern Pacific Manitoba line, now a business spur, as it finishes its trip back to Grand Forks.
The first Drayton Local of 2007 comes under the "Hamster Tube" and rounds the final curve on the Glasston Subdivision before entering the Grand Forks yard.
BNSF 1485 leads the Drayton Local back into Grand Forks.
The Drayton local (right) passes the last ever BNSF Grafton local on its way back to the Glasston Subdivision. As of Feb. 5, 2006, the Dakota Northern Railroad (DNRR) operates north of Grafton on ... (more)
The Drayton local pauses at Grafton for a crew change.
BN 2106 leads the Drayton local as it passes southbound over the Forest River, just north of Ardoch.
After making a stop at the NPR diamond, the Drayton local passes the slowly decaying Ardoch grain elevator.
Unpatched cascade green paint shines as the Drayton local pokes through Minto on its way back down the Glasston Subdivision to Grand Forks.