A SOO SD60 and SOO SD60M switch out the east end of Bensenville Yard.
A pair of SOO SD60's lead the daily westbound Ford FAST out of the Wisconsin River valley with auto parts for the Ford truck assembly plant in St Paul. This train quit running when the plant was ... (more)
Our recent stretch of cold and snowy weather is a good excuse to stay inside and "dig" through old photographs. Here's one I came across from Halloween morning a few years ago of seven EMDs leadi... (more)
We're stopped on the eastward track at East Rio,WI. as a westbound crosses back over to the westward track. The SOO/CP liked to run single unit SD60 trains until the BN started squawking about th... (more)
Train 633, ethanol empties with grain fillers on the front end, is seen passing a harvested field inside the city limits of Kasson, MN. The leftover ear of corn and pumpkin helped add an element ... (more)
A matched set of Soo motors lead a grain train through West Division on a very hot July afternoon.
Matching SOO power leads the CP 483 north to the Twin Ports.
A Soo Line SD60 is leading the wayfreight out of Glenwood this morning, making their first stop in Sedan. The conductor trainee is on the ground in the distance to make a cut behind the ballast ho... (more)
A trip to Red Wing rewarded me with sunshine on this wonderful pair of Soo 60's, as they handled hopper empties up River on a November afternoon.
CP 393 with SOO 6048 and 6061 Westbound in Downtown Red Wing on November 5th, 2011
My Halloween treat: seven EMDs leading train 497 through the fog toward Glenwood in the early morning.
A westbound with a nice all EMD lashup looms out of the fog as the sun rises on Halloween morning, 2011.
A CP conductor walks alongside a CP/D&H #643 empty ethanol train sitting on the runner at Kenwood Yard. The train's crew will double the consist on to another cut of empties from the Global One... (more)
A trio of Soo EMD's lead a southbound along the Mississippi River.
A nice Mother's Day suprise: three SOO SD-60s roll down the BNSF in perfect sunshine. Only a few hours earlier dense fog covered the area.