484's train carries a colorful array of power as the last of the snow starts to melt on this warm last winter day.
A freshly repainted CP leader guides the daily 289 train west as it finishes crossing over from Main 2 to Main 1 and while the 484 train holds for the roll by.
A matched trio of blue and golds knock down the Milwaukee Road era search light eastbound at Duplainville.
A pair of well worn Dash-2's call shotgun on this westbound 281 train that's bound for the Twin Cities.
A pair of CN's first AC power units drag this south bound stacker south through Duplainville.
A shiny new quartet of ECO units lead 281 through the Dupe on a sunny afternoon.
The trailing unit Cn 2191 was unfortunately the lead unit in the recent Slinger derailment.
The last remaining GTW SD40-2 still in its original paint leads this loaded ballast train south through Duplainville
A trio of CSXT units take the lead on this unit train with covered hoppers in tow through Duplainville
A Southern Belle Gevo, an IC SD70, and an NREX SW1500 lead this regional manifest toward BRC Yard through North Duplainville.
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.