CP Tech Train (2TEC-29) lead by CP 2286 finishes its run across the Paynesville sub.
Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church is sporting a fancy new fire pit built late last fall.
H36 with CP 3128 and SOO 4413 pass by Camden on their way back to the CP Humboldt yard.
An oil empty makes a quick stop at the BNSF Northtown yard for a crew change and quickly departs. Leading the train is a neat GE ET44AH Tier 4 locomotive.
A pair of ACEs lead the ML over Bozeman Pass near Livingston, Montana.
UP 1983 "Western Pacific" leads MPRVP through Savage, MN. Here it is passing under the former MN&S line.
Amtrak’s westbound California Zephyr lead by 822 sporting the Phase III paint scheme is approaching Burns along the Dotsero Cutoff in Colorado.
A few miles south of Yampa, Colorado, a unit coal train from the Energy Mine passes by the 300 ft Finger Rock. Energy is currently the last remaining mine still open on the UP Craig Branch, seein... (more)
A couple of hikers take a break to watch UP's once a week Potash train enter Bootlegger Canyon with 10 car loads. The 1.5 mile trail behind the train leads to the famous Corona Arch.
CP 4107 rounds the curve at Maple Lake. The RCP was in the Twin Cities for the 2016 Ryder Cup Golf Tournament at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, MN.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train makes its first appearance in St. Louis Park as it passes over I-394 after departing from its first appearance in Golden Valley. This is the first time the Holi... (more)
A UP coal empty follows the Colorado River among the red rocks about halfway between Bond and Dotsero, Colorado on Union Pacific's Glenwood Springs Subdivision.
Hot out of Grand Junction, CO, the California Zephyr is on its 25 mile journey through Ruby Canyon.
New York Central Heritage Unit #1066 leads oil empties across the State of MN on the Canadian Pacific.
After picking up some tanks at Brendel, the Potash Local highballs on the UP Green River Sub for Grand Junction Colorado.
The DPU end of a eastbound windmill train. The BNSF Forsyth Subdivision follows the mighty Yellowstone River between Glendive and Billings, Montana.