It's just another day for the South Local as it shoots southward out of Grand Forks on the way to Hillsboro.
Right behind the coal empties is a short South Local on its way out to do some work.
After the Northtown to Noyes train clears into the yard and the Devils Lake local heads west on the Devils Lake line, a nice pair of Heritage I geeps leads the South local onto the Hillsboro line.
After Amtrak clears into the station, two cascade green geeps accelerate out of Grand Forks with the daily local to Hillsboro, ND.
A pleasant set of cascade green makes its way back into the yard after the daily run to Hillsboro.
The set of geeps previously seen on the Cass Lake train has control of the Hillsboro train on this morning as it accelerates out of town.
After completing its work south of town, the South Local rolls northward across the drainage ditch back into Grand Forks as Engineer Lunak gives the photographer a wave.
A blown turbo on the BNSF 2735 results in higher than normal smoke emission as the South Local begins its journey south out of Grand Forks.
BNSF's Grand Forks to Hillsboro local behind a nice set of cascade green has pulled to a stop in Thompson while the conductor gets out to flag the main crossing in town, which recently lost both a... (more)
Back when the days were warm and the grass was green, a pair of Heritage I geeps races southward out of Grand Forks with the daily local to Hillsboro, ND.
After being called for the train more than six hours earlier, Engineer Lunak finally has the South Local underway as he rushes southward out of Thompson.
BNSF 2733 and 1541 lead the South Local out of Grand Forks on a great July morning.
With another freight not far behind and two freights plus maintenance crews waiting ahead, the South Local rushes toward F.O. Switch to clear the main.
A short South Local heads out of Grand Forks after waiting for coal loads to enter the yard.
A classic BN consist of a GP39M and a GP50 tugs on a long South Local beginning the journey down the Hillsboro line.