Dodging and ducking the clouds and hitting the sucker hole at the right time.
CN 2032 leads the way up the CN Rainy Sub about to pass through the yard at Virginia, MN as the travel to the Minorca mine on the north side of town.
Heading back to Proctor after delivering limestone to the U.S. Steel Minntac plant overnight.
Due to congestion with train traffic ahead, CN 2116 is stopped at Sparta to wait it out before getting green signals after everything clears.
A trio of Dash 8s round the bend heading north with 145 empties for the U.S. Steel Minntac plant west loadout pocket before heading back south for home at Two Harbors.
Ripping along the CN Iron Range sub at track speed about to split the signals at Jones as they head back to Two Harbors.
The seemingly new normal of wildfire smoke. A little early morning fog, some wildfire smoke from Canada and steam coming off the fresh made pellets as they travel south for Two Harbors.
I never thought I'd get nostalgic for C40-8s, but I guess I was wrong.
Here a CSX C40 brings an eastbound autorack train into Connellsville.
MEC 7552 leads 265 westbound through Orange past what appears to be an old B&M Freight House and some older crossing signals.
Obligatory train in the snow photo as the summer season begins. A trio of Dash 8s and 145 ore cars quietly move along the CN Iron Range Sub while snow falls.
NS HO6-18 has 2 Pan Am units numbered MEC 7552, 7575 headed Southbound along Route 14 in Geneva NY bound for Gang Mills NY 6-18-23.
NS HO6-18 has 2 Pan Am units numbered MEC 7552, 7575 headed Southbound passed Bozutto Boathouse in Geneva NY bound for Gang Mills NY 6-18-23.
NS HO6-18 has 2 Pan Am units numbered MEC 7552, 7575 headed Southbound along Route 14 in Geneva NY bound for Gang Mills NY 6-19-23.
H06 passes a colorful barn in Beaver Damns.
Profile of Maine Central units in change of H06.