CP 8950 leads its train west late in the evening near Glenmore. This vantage point became available late last year when the Glenmore Trail bridge over the tracks was completed. The bridge not only... (more)
A pair of Ex-SOO SD60's, now supporting CP paint, lead the 293 through Buffalo, MN on a perfect summer evening.
If you're going to see nothing but dirty and crusty GEs, you might as well see five of them on one train. Westbound train 293 crosses the bridge east of Hoffman on a very windy March afternoon.
Five GEs rush past an old Soo Line crane and CP caboose ("van" I suppose is the proper term for the CP) sitting on the elevator track in Farwell.
CP's train 293 passes the former Soo Line depot, and BNSF's yard office in downtown Minot.
An instant favorite: This is what I told myself when I checked the screen after taking this picture last night. The fantastic clouds, the hint of a rainbow on the right side, and the speed of trai... (more)
With the sun nearly to the horizon, two repainted SD60s hustle a westbound by a train waiting in the hole at Murray East.
Two of seven remaining Soo Line SD60's lead a 157-car tr. 293 past the leaning barn of Donnybrook on a frigid March afternoon.
SOO 6027 and 6024 lead a westbound toward Glenwood, entering the curve at MP 110. One of these days will be the last time I get to see a set of pure Soo Line power on the CP. I hope today was no... (more)
The mercury hovers around 0 degrees Fahrenheit while two dirty beavers lead a long #293 out of Drake, kicking up the fresh powder.
Just shy of two miles long, the 293 is still at track speed before it slows down to wait for the 498 at Hoffman, MN
Not long after sunrise, a westbound hurries through Regal on another sub zero early spring morning in west central Minnesota.
The sun has rose on a warm and muggy Summer morning, just in time for #293 to roll through the emerald farm land of Des Lacs River Valley.
Bathed in nice evening light, three GEs lead train 293 west toward Glenwood Yard.
Three GEs, one new, two older, roll past some snowy farmland east of Paynesville.