The cascade green SD40-2 that has recently found work on the Winnipeg Turn continues its work hauling a mainly haz-mat consist on this warmer than average Sunday morning.
The usual trio of geeps leads the Winnipeg Turn eastward out of East Grand Forks on a bright Tuesday morning as seen from the city's eastern flood wall.
The Winnipeg Turn rolls westward through downtown East Grand Forks on a pleasant Independence Day evening. A short time later, the area would be crowded for the fireworks display and the railroad ... (more)
A trio of mismatched geeps heads eastward on a crisp morning with the daily freight for Noyes, MN, rather short today.
In a bizarre scene, three GEs are leading the normal geeps on today's Winnipeg Turn. They are obviously en route to pick up a unit grain train somewhere.
A hodgepodge of mixed power leads a long Winnipeg Turn eastward out of East Grand Forks in pleasant morning light.
Just after sunrise, a trio of geeps leads the Noyes Local/Winnipeg Turn eastward over the Red River of the North between Grand Forks, ND, and East Grand Forks, MN.
In the last rays of sunlight, the first Winnipeg Turn (a.k.a. Noyes Local) of 2008 creeps under the Demers Avenue overpass and rounds the curve on its way back into the yard after a day of work. T... (more)
Commonly seen in the Grand Cities area, another GP28M leads the Winnipeg Turn east into Minnesota on the tail of coal loads.
The East Grand Forks flood wall provides a nice view of the eastbound Winnipeg Turn crossing into Minnesota from North Dakota.
The Winnipeg Turn rolls eastward over the Red River of the North.
A trio of Heritage I geeps with a GP30 rebuild in the lead hauls the Winnipeg Turn east past station sign Simplot on their way to Noyes, MN.