The St. Paul Post office is reflected in the Mississippi River as the UP train continues it journey.
This UP train rolls along the river past the old St. Paul Union Depot. Much of the building has been renovated and there is more and more talk of passenger service coming back to the facility.
Not as many Canadian Pacific SD40-2s around these days are there used to be - the fleet is thinning in numbers. Here's one of the active ones - No. 6064 at the Soo St. Paul dieselhouse.
One of CP newest units running over the BNSF towards St. Paul.
Lots of action at this location today.
Several new bright orange Schneider containers have been loaded on this Chicago bound stack train.
With the snow falling at a rate of 2 inches an hour and the wind making it go sideways, this crew member departs his unit as the CN train winds it way out of the yard.
Anticipating a hand throw, switches were marred by a deep snow fall in the last week.
Only 2 numbers apart, BNSF 539 and 536 have paint schemes decades apart.
Snaking across the longest trestle that I know of in the Metro. One rack and 8 BNSF/ATSF boxcars head towards the St. Paul Ford Plant.
A new locomotive works the BNSF's Dayton's Bluff terminal.
A couple of stackers and air glides were left here. In the background, BNSF 2773 and 2847 come to retrieve them.
My first in-person viewing of this heritage unit.
A pair of EMDs round the bend near Midway Stadium as they approach Northtown Yard, the end point of their journey.