Behind a trio of SD40-2s; 9,280 feet of manifest and autoracks leave Milwaukee behind and make haste to the west.
Nothing like a pair of Blue and Golds to start off the summer right!
A great looking pair of Blue and Yellow units are in charge of CP 572 as it makes its 5 day a week trek back to Wells MN after doing interchange at Austin MN.
Barn Bluff in Red Wing offers up a good view of a pair of DM&E SD40-2s leading a train up the Mississippi River.
After waiting for three UP trains, the plow extra continues west passing the tower at Albert Lea.
A matched pair of blue and yellows leads 170 south on the Marquette Sub near La Crescent, MN.
After meeting trains 171 and 271 at the Kains siding approximately seven miles north of town, 270 heads south through Lansing, IA.
DM&E 6365 South departs Nahant Yard for Kansas City.
Running at restricted speed, IC&E's MCCNA attempts to leave Clearing Yard behind on the BRC's 59th St. Subdivision. Unfortunately, the train will hold its 7 SD40's just up the street from here at ... (more)
An SD40-2 quartet kicks up some fresh powder as they fly through the hamlet of Leaf River.
A quadruplet of matched colors screams toward me around Menards curve headed for BRC's Clearing Yard.
A quartet of EMD SD40-2's are within a mile or so of the end of their trip through the midwest as they approach BRC's Clearing Yard.
The EMD quartet grinds uphill into Byron out of the Rock River Valley.