BNSF 115 is pulled on the rear of the BNSF Employee Passenger Special as it departs for its second run eastward out of Grand Forks.
Loaded coal is on its way again after a quick crew change in the yard. BNSF 6175 is seen here eastbound by the Simplot facility leaving East Grand Forks.
A trio of mismatched geeps heads eastward on a crisp morning with the daily freight for Noyes, MN, rather short today.
After the Mill Job clears the way, the Cass Lake Local heads eastward over the rain-swollen Red River to meet a westbound grain train at Fisher and then continue its journey into lakes country.
Contrasting old and new SD70s lead a coal train eastward out of East Grand Forks on a pleasant June morning.
Loaded grain from Crookston, MN rounds the bend westbound toward the bridge over the Red River of the North.
Eastbound Clay Boswell loads roll over the Red River of the North into Minnesota on a pleasant Sunday morning.
The daily Noyes Local / Winnipeg Turn leads a long manifest over the yet-to-be-flooded Red River of the North (Fargo's at flood stage). If you like seeing Geeps leading long manifests, the Noyes L... (more)
In a bizarre scene, three GEs are leading the normal geeps on today's Winnipeg Turn. They are obviously en route to pick up a unit grain train somewhere.
A hodgepodge of mixed power leads a long Winnipeg Turn eastward out of East Grand Forks in pleasant morning light.
After dropping off 50 cars in the Grand Forks yard, this rather short grain train is a bit overpowered as a Dash 9 and a 70 Mac lead it eastward out of town.
Just after sunrise, a trio of geeps leads the Noyes Local/Winnipeg Turn eastward over the Red River of the North between Grand Forks, ND, and East Grand Forks, MN.
Former BN 9230, former ATSF 214, and EMD 9077 are running in elephantine fashion on the point of this Clay Boswell coal load.
The Winnipeg Turn (also known as the Noyes Local) leaves North Dakota and enters Minnesota on a bitter cold morning behind a trio of H1 Geeps. Temps were -18°F with wind chills down to about -47°... (more)
Foreman J. Hansen leads an unusual work extra eastward along the Grand Forks subdivision en route to Noyes, MN.