This former Milwaukee Road SW9 is used to switch the giant ethanol plant at Winthrop, Minnesota.
The conductor is throwing the switch that will take No. 261 off of the former Milwaukee Road main and onto ex-Minneapolis & St. Louis trackage at Norwood.
No. 261 is on ex-Minneapolis & St. Louis trackage heading for Winthrop, Minn.,with a fall colors excursion run.
No. 261 crosses the mighty Mississippi on the first leg of its day-long trip to Glencoe, Minnesota.
No. 261 hustles through rural Plato, Minnesota, on its way to Glencoe.
The crew aboard EMDX demonstrator 1603 is cutting off a portion of their train in the receiving yard after arriving in Northtown. The two SD70ACeP4-T4 locomotives that wear BNSF paint have been a... (more)
Twin Cities & Western 2300 is at the rear of a special dinner train operated by Friends of 261. The unit will pull the train west, and Milwaukee 261 (coupled to the other end) will pull it back t... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 is preparing to depart Minneapolis Junction for Chanhassen, Minn.
Milwaukee Road 261 backs down the engine house lead and will soon couple to its passenger train. The event was an evening dinner run on the Twin Cities & Western's ex-Milwaukee Road line that run... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 is on home rails as it traverses the former Milwaukee Road main line to the Pacific Coast (now operated by short line Twin Cities & Western) with the first of two fall color exc... (more)
EMDX 1604, one of two SD70ACeP4-T4 demonstrators painted in BNSF colors, is heading for Superior, Wisc., on BNSF's Hinckley Subdivision.
No. 261 shows off for the crowds at Bongards, Minnesota, on the TC&W. This was once the Milwaukee Road main line to the west coast.
A BNSF grain train crosses above the Sheyenne River Valley and the town of Valley City on the former Northern Pacific Hi-Line Bridge, completed in 1908.
CP's executive train eastbound at rural Annamoose, North Dakota.
CP 4107 skirts the lake at Kenmare, North Dakota, with a special train bound for the Ryder Cup in Minnesota.