RCO power idles under the sanding tower next to a GE duo, awaiting next assignment. Photo taken with permission by an off duty railroad employee yadda-yadda-yadda.
The crewmembers ride the point as the Mill Job proceeds northward on the Neche line to head up to the mill. Mostly hidden around the curve is a long set of shuttle hoppers, something not usually s... (more)
Lite engine heading for Superior.
The BNSF snow gang is busy in Rice's Point Yard trying to stay ahead of the snow fall here in the Twin Ports. The old GN snow dozers sure come in handy for moving snow.
The Tramp Job sets a lumber car out as bad order at the Cenex facility north of Grand Forks. Believe it or not, the Minn-Dak Milling elevator on the left is home to North America's largest buckwhe... (more)
Having left its tankers at the end of this spur, the Mill Job prepares to take its covered hoppers back out to the main track to do some more work.
Unsorted cars are pulled to the west end of the yard by a less common remote control equipped GP39-2.
The Tramp Job heads south on the Glasston Sub with 17 tank cars. This is a rare catch as this train usually starts working in the evening and returns ~0300L. This is the 200th photo in the datab... (more)
The West Lead pulls out a string of boxes and tankers to sort.
A grungy bluebonnet pulls a tanker southbound near the North Dakota state mill.