Leaving the small town of Lowry behind, an eastbound grain train behind three former Soo Line EMDs is in the home stretch to Glenwood and the end of its run across the Elbow Lake Sub from Enderlin... (more)
An eastbound passes beneath the branches of a large tree on the west side of Lowry.
The sun isn't very far into the sky as two beavers lead eastbound train 496 around the curve just east of Lowry.
Two rebuilt SD60s, a bandit GP40, and a dual flag SD40-2 have a lengthy westbound manifest up to track speed not long after departing Glenwood Yard on a perfectly clear January afternoon.
An eastbound manifest is only a few minutes from Glenwood as it sneaks through the Minnesota prairie on the outskirts of Lowry.
Underway out of Glenwood, SOO 4417 is approaching Lowry with a westbound rail train. With a restricted speed of 30 mph, it would be a nice chase west from here.
Underway out of Glenwood and just breaking out from under a cloud, the engineer notches out his three SD40-2s to climb the slight hill toward Lowry.
A matched set of Iowa Chicago & Eastern units pull a long train of ethanol empties west out of Lowry.
A westbound grain train rolls through some curves a little ways east of Lowry. They'll stop there to pick up 50 more cars before continuing west toward North Dakota.
A westbound is just underway out of Glenwood as it rolls through a series of curves east of Lowry behind a leased AC4400CW.
An eastbound coal train curves out of Lowry on a clear morning. Next stop, Glenwood Yard.
A sparkling, factory fresh GEVO along with an older AC44 and a Soo geep rushes eastward through Lowry en route to the Glenwood yard.
A westbound is underway out of Glenwood Yard, traversing the rolling countryside between Lowry and Farwell on a picture perfect late spring evening.
Bathed in nice winter evening light, a westbound is several miles into its trip on the Elbow Lake Subdivision from Glenwood, MN to Enderlin, ND.
Two Soo Line SD60's are in charge of the wayfreight headed west from Glenwood. They're running as the second in a three train fleet that left town in short succession, using the practice of radio... (more)