After dropping off a unit at the Grand Forks yard, an empty coal train from Cohasset, MN, accelerates down the Hillsboro line behind a pair of Canadian Pacific GEs.
A recently delivered GEVO hauls an empty coal train westward around the curve towards the yard.
Clay Boswell empties with an SD70MAC and a GEVO roll out of Grand Forks after receiving a fresh crew back in town.
After the sky clears up, an empty Clay Boswell coal train rolls out of Grand Forks behind a pair of SD70MACs.
One of BNSF's less common AC4400CWs shoves the rear of an empty Clay Boswell coal train across the graffiti scarred bridge over the drainage ditch just south of town.
A new, sparkling clean GEVO leads Clay Boswell empties onto the east leg of the wye late in the day.
Clay Boswell coal empties roll out of Grand Forks on a chilly New Year's Eve afternoon.
A trio of SD60Ms leads Clay Boswell coal empties into the sunset on a cold December evening. The second and third units sadly have been renumbered to the 81 series, and the lead unit is the former... (more)
A trio of EMDs in elephantine fashion on the point of Clay Boswell empties rolls westward through downtown Grand Forks on a beautiful October day. It will be weird soon to start seeing these tricl... (more)
A nice mix of EMD power rolls westward past the Cottonwood Switch with Clay Boswell coal empties.
A dirty SD75I that is commonly seen in the Grand Cities is once again in control of Clay Boswell coal empties rounding the curve to the Hillsboro Subdivision.