101 loads of frac sand off the Wisconsin Northern pass the former Uniroyal Tire factory on Galloway Street in Eau Claire.
Barn Bluff offers a good view of Red Wing and the eastbound Empire Builder pulling into the station.
The Rice's Point evening switch waits for a transfer from Superior to shove back into the yard. To the left is the Canadian Pacific Yard, and above that are the grain terminals and ore docks of S... (more)
A few wisps of steam can still be seen as taconite loads come to a stop short of the scale in proctor. DMIR 215 (still in marron) is paired with DMIR 211 working a cut of cars at the west end of ... (more)
A UP employee appreciation special crosses bridge crosses the Madison Street bridge in Eau Claire. The train ran from the Yard in Altoona to Chippewa Falls and back.
A UP employee appreciation special crosses bridge in Chippewa Falls. Half of the bridge was destroyed in fire which is why there are two types of bridge spans seen here. This train originated in... (more)
With CP repainting SOO SD60s I was glad to find these two still in SOO paint.
Matching clean paint has the attention of a number of railfans on Good Friday.
A pair of freshly repainted SD60s show off their new colors to another pair of SD60s still in white and red SOO paint.
CP and BNSF trains meet at Dayton's Bluff while a loaded coke train led by two SOO SD60s waits for things to clear. Amtrak's Empire Builder is also barely visible waiting behind the coke train.
Sunrise at Pig's eye yard finds a trio of GPs heading off to work while a freight gets ready to head west from the departure tracks.
A loaded unit sand train accelerates west out of Eau Claire.
The rear DPU on a loaded unit sand train waits to head west by the Cascade Tissue Paper Plant in Eau Claire.
Local Y106 will run to Elmdale where the power will run around the train before working customers on the way back to Wyoming Yard.
A local train from Chachoengsao heads down the triple track mainline toward Bangkok. Downtown Chachoengsao can be seen in the distance