Sunday's afternoon limestone train begins its' trek to Proctor , smoking up the grade.
Two grizzled vets creep by power awaiting assignment.
Be careful at all crossings, especially where remote controlled locomotives operate.
This rebar mill, formerly Newport Steel, recycles construction debris, automobiles, and shredded scrap to form renewed steel products.
South Saint to Pig's Eye. Pig's Eye to South Saint Paul--it's a living.
Sunday morning limestone train.
It's all relative.
Recently returned from Thief River Falls Independent Locomotive Services shop in its' 1960's NP like livery,
this GP9 rejoins SCXY 1363 which was repainted by crew Tom Schuppert and Tavis Anderso... (more)
Pacing 405 leading empties to T-bird. I imagine this is easier with someone else driving. Thanks to RP member Kevin Madsen for tipping me on northbound moves.
After being clouded out on this view three trips in a row, I thought (humbly) that this was worth the wait. ES44AC and AC4400CW move wind turbine parts over a swelled Mississippi as the old bridge... (more)
Rice's Point switchers are busy on their evening shift. A much larger version of this photo is on display at ExpoRail in Canada.
Waiting for the storm roiling in the north to pass.
A very succinct editorial? No, see the very informative comment below.
Taken from hotel window, 16 th floor
One of two Northtown slug sets works the hump.