Foreign power leads a long freight out of town behind Amtrak in August 2012.
An eastbound Empire Builder makes a late trip across the northern plains in summer 2012. I no longer remember why it was late or why the consist order was odd.
Right on the tail of two manifests is a Clay Boswell coal empty behind a nose-to-tail pair of macs.
Well, things haven't exactly gone as planned for this westbound Empire Builder and its extra string of private cars. The train left Chicago nearly four hours late after having to bad order ... (more)
Right on the tail of the 40-2 duo is the South Local behind a great looking GP30 rebuild.
It's a blast from the past as two SD40-2s lead a manifest freight southward out of Grand Forks just after sunrise.
Two of BN's finest lead the way as a long freight slowly makes its way out of Grand Forks on a zero degree morning.
After backing out onto the Devils Lake line and running around the west leg of the wye, three GEs lead CSX-bound grain loads south toward Fargo.
After dropping off a unit at the Grand Forks yard, an empty coal train from Cohasset, MN, accelerates down the Hillsboro line behind a pair of Canadian Pacific GEs.
The three heritage paint schemes are in proper order as the Grand Forks to Northtown manifest accelerates southward toward Fargo.
Though it may not look like it, the lead unit is actually the only former ATSF motor here as a short manifest rolls southward into the setting sun on a blustery first day of 2012.
A post-ATSF 75M and an Oakway 60 lead a Dilworth-bound manifest slowly out of town.
A colorful consist of a GEVO, a 60M, and a geep drags a long Noyes to Dilworth manifest out of town.
The third of three grain trains leaves Grand Forks and accelerates down the Hillsboro line on its way from Crookston, MN, to Tacoma, WA.
It's a consist that would seem less out of place three years ago. Two SD60Ms and a single SD40-2 pull hard out of Grand Forks with a long Noyes to Dilworth manifest.