SOO 4419 & 4444 maneuver BGSX - Strata Corporation hoppers (Bradshaw Gravel Supply Inc.) fresh off the Northern Plains Railroad bound for re-filling in Trail or Tilden Jct., MN at their respective... (more)
Soo Line 4419 switches cars in CP's Rice Point Yard.
Birds' eye view of the BNSF yard in Duluth. A CP transfer has just shoved a reactor into the yard.
Foreman Rutledge keeps a close eye as a high-value reactor negoiates the curve at Railroad Street.
Switch power awaits a call to duty while the BBC Maine unloads wind turbine parts at the Port Terminal.
No, you're not imagining anything. The only thing holding these cars together is the load. This is the first time this method has been used in the Duluth area without a schnabel car.
A transfer on its way to the BNSF Rice's Point Yard with a short, yet heavy train.
A reactor vessel weighing around 433 tons is on the first leg of its rail journey to Billings Montana.
CP transfer from Superior sets out cars at BNSF's Rices Point Yard.
Coming off the bridge and into Duluth. The steel structure was built by the American Bridge Company of New York in 1912.
A transfer prepares to head for Duluth.
Peddling cars at the elevator.
A pair of Soo geeps rest while two foreign ships discharge wind turbine parts at the Duluth Port Terminal.
Nice sight in Duluth as the Soo Line Historical Society kicks off its 2006 convention in town.
CP Duluth Transfer with two ex-SOO units on it