Still wearing its original logos and sounding pretty good for its age, one of the many former BN GP39s rolls through East Grand Forks on its way to the sugar plant.
At least a decent locomotive was put ahead of the typical faded SD70MAC on this coal load, the first of two to head east out of Grand Forks, but the only one to leave before the sun gets high.
A nice old Santa Fe geep leads a short City Job across the Red River of the North into East Grand Forks.
The return train from Cass Lake to Grand Forks cautiously strolls past Milepost 102X. It will be held up two miles ahead where a maintenance crew is replacing boards at a private crossing.
Another break in the clouds opens up as an SD70MAC and a GEVO crawl slowly out of East Grand Forks with a string of Clay Boswell coal loads.
In the first light of the day, a pair of NS twins accelerates eastward out of East Grand Forks with the regular manifest for Noyes, Minnesota.
A classic GP30 rebuild shoves a set of cars around at the sugar plant in East Grand Forks. Photo taken on American Crystal Sugar property during work-related activities.
Engineer Zimmerman smiles as he leads a single executive MAC and Argyle, MN, grain empties out of East Grand Forks.
BNSF's manifest from Grand Forks, ND, to Cass Lake, MN, heads eastward in early morning light with a nice pair of Heritage I geeps leading the way.
A unit CN potash train rolls eastward out of East Grand Forks with a single Dash 9 in the lead.
The City Job strolls eastward across the Red River of the North behind a nicely painted MP15.
People in the Red River valley have every right to be upset about all the recent heavy rains that have caused early summer flooding, but every cloud has a silver lining. Here, BNSF 3702 leads the ... (more)
As seen from the flood wall along Business Highway 220, a Canadian National potash train rolls eastward out of East Grand Forks with a single Heritage II Dash 9 leading the way.
A pair of Canadian visitors is ahead of a more typical SD70MAC on today's eastbound Clay Boswell coal load.
After a quick stop at the west siding switch in Fisher, a westbound Clay Boswell empty rolls toward East Grand Forks on a pleasant May evening.