The Mayville Local cruises eastward near the abandoned town of Ojata.
An ill-sounding bluebird leads the way as the Mayville Local quietly rolls back into Grand Forks.
Sixteen days from Christmas, the ground is still bare as the Mayville Local cruises eastward behind a pair of whiteface geeps.
One of northeastern North Dakota's two current resident GP50s is second out as the Mayville Local rolls southward on its namesake line out of Larimore.
With a GP50 second out, the Mayville Local races westward near Arvilla to get to the junction east of Larimore before a very late eastbound Empire Builder roars through.
After a brief stop at Powell, the Mayville Local trundles up to D.L. Switch to head into the yard. The trailing unit was apparently suffering from mechanical problems and was dead in tow.
The Mayville Local cruises westward over the Freshwater Coulee. This train typically departs Grand Forks on Monday and Thursday mornings, but it was held back today, allowing for this angle.
The Mayville Local rumbles eastward over the Freshwater Coulee between Emerado and Powell. The bridge here was recently rebuilt by BNSF despite the flooding problems plaguing the middle section of... (more)
A nice set of cascade green power rolls back into Grand Forks with the twice-weekly local to Mayville, ND.
The Mayville Local cruises back into Grand Forks after the overnight stay in Mayville. It will have to wait for a grain train to clear the interlocking before going all the way into the yard.
It's a typical day in the community of Emerado as a truck loads at the elevator while the Mayville Local scoots eastward through town.
The engineer gives a wave as the Mayville Local races eastward after completing its work in Larimore.
The westbound Empire Builder has cleared, the Mayville Local has reversed from the junction into town to grab a boxcar, and it will now race for Grand Forks.
The engineer gives a wave as the Mayville Local cruises past a portion of a grain train resting on the newly constructed shuttle track at the Arvilla elevator. The road the photo was taken from ha... (more)
The Mayville Local rolls into Grand Forks off of the currently almost dormant Devils Lake Subdivision.