A blank nose GP39E leads the South Local out of Grand Forks on a bitter February morning.
After the West Lead clears the way in, the South Local rolls around the curve and heads for the yard.
The pair of GP39Vs that has recently found work out of the Grand Forks terminal continues its operations as it leads the South Local back into town.
EMDX 758 strolls eastward alongside Demers Avenue as it leads the South Local back into Grand Forks.
With a really short train on this morning, the South Local breezes across the drainage ditch at MP 97 en route to American Crystal Sugar near Hillsboro, ND.
The South Local accelerates out of Grand Forks running a bit late with a nice bluebird leading the way.
A sixteen car South Local has just cleared its warrant on the Hillsboro line as it finishes its return trip home from American Crystal Sugar at Redco.
Two typical geeps are viewed from the ditch alongside Demers Avenue as they head eastward, back to the yard.
With their day almost complete, two geeps lead the South Local along the east leg of the wye and then toward the Grand Forks yard.
2377 passes one of many rail-served agricultural businesses along the Hillsboro Subdivision as it rumbles past Flaat Siding.
A Heritage I GP38-2 with a white front door hauls the South Local past Flaat Siding on the Hillsboro Subdivision.
With a single GP38-2 in the lead, the daily South Local highballs through Buxton on a nicely misforecasted "cloudy" day.
A long South Local accelerates out of Grand Forks with work at many of the small communities along the Hillsboro Subdivision.
A Santa Fe bluebonnet GP35u leads the way as the South Local accelerates out of Grand Forks.
Having completed its work for the day, the South Local returns to Grand Forks and passes along Demers Avenue on its way into the yard.