The other "Monsters of the Midway".
A slurry of exotic power fills the tracks at MNNR engines shops. Everything from Alco to GE, to even a small EMD, it's all there.
MNNR 82 still wears CP's paint scheme. Its former number being CP 1825
You can find a mess of power at the MNNR's Shop, like #82 an RS18u, or right behind #82, the Australian built C36-7 #59 nicknamed "Crocodile GE" after the movie Crocodile Dundee.
Approaching Kasota Ave and the BNSF St. Paul sub intersection.
An ex-Milwaukee unit switches industrial tracks.
MNNR 82 leaves New Brighton with a RS18 for power.