An on-time Amtrak 8 blasts through Duplainville at track speed.
With fresh snow blanketing the ground, a trio of GE power makes its way toward the diamond leading this southbound manifest through Duplainville
A colorful lash guides this grain manifest past the search lights at Duplainville
Two of CN's most recent additions are the power for a northbound oil/rack train as it waits for a recrew on the main at Duplainville.
The Empire Builder is running more than 20 hours late due to a derailment on the BNSF. At least has saved the home stretch for a sunny day.
A trio of SD40's get the nod on a sunny fall day through the changing colors of Duplainville.
The 485 manifest works its way west just after sunrise on a cool fall morning
One of CN's first ES44AC units powers this manifest south through Duplainville
As these puppies become rarer by the day, catching one in afternoon sun through Duplainville is the icing on the frozen late November cake.
The daily east bound stack train is about to take down the signal at Duplainville.
Running late due to air problems, 446 crawls down the main at Duplainville while X345 sits on the siding waiting for a recrew.
A drag of oil cans hides in tow behind this westbound unit train at Duplainville
With a new ECO unit on point, 281 has just switched from 1-main to 2-main at the Duplainville crossovers as CP 288 holds just to the west.
The Watertown Patrol (Milwaukee-Watertown and return) is makin' big bucks for CP as it heads west for with a lone load for Watertown.
A one hit wonder CSX unit powers this empty sulfur train north as it crawls up the siding at Duplainville