A pair of ex-Frisco MP15s work the North American Salt facility along Duluth's waterfront as the USCGC Alder rests at its berth after a hard day of breaking ice in the harbor.
Two former Frisco sisters spot cars at the North American Salt facility in Duluth. No doubt this company was busy this year with the harsh winter weather we experienced.
These tracks are gone and the ore dock on the far left is in the process of being removed. CN now serves the few remaining Ashland customers on an as-needed basis.
Afternoon remote job pulls a tank car from the recently closed Georgia Pacific hardboard plant in Duluth.
Chinese built DL class heads a long freight from the nearby port of Mt Maunganui along the waterfront area of the city of Tauranga, in NZ's North Island. This class is thought to be the first exam... (more)
Bathed in golden light by the setting sun, SOO Line 2719 arrives in Two Harbors with an evening dinner train as part of the 2009 NRHS Convention being held in Duluth.
Some people just have "that look". The fireman (corrected!) on SOO Line 2719 takes a moment to survey the crowd gathered in Two Harbors prior to departing for the return trip to Duluth.
SOO Line 2719 passes in front of an old coal fired power plant while returning to Duluth with an NRHS Convention special train.
Canadian Pacific's newly aquired FP9 departs Vancouver's Waterfront station after its first visit to the West Coast.
A Norfolk Southern switcher still painted in Southern colors is gingerly making it's way through the streets down by the waterfront at Richmond, Virginia.
Waterfront reight traffic along the Mississippi.
MABA downtown Bangor at the Waterfront
Mystic Valley Special
Maine Eastern's weekend excursion "Lobster Train" from Brunswick arrives at Rockland's waterfront on a beautiful late summer day.