What doesn't belong? Almost everything. First, a couple ICE and DME engines rest after bringing in the 171 last evening. Normally, the 171 terminates in St. Paul, but due to trackwork, they head... (more)
The power for 170s train idles in the yard next to the wrecked CP 8869, which was involved in a derailment last October in British Columbia.
Behind a pair of EMDs, 290s train is just a few miles from the yard in Glenwood and the end of this crew's trip.
An eastbound departs Glenwood for the Twin Cities.
Two GE's lead the 292 into the yard at Glenwood West.
The 290 glides down the hill toward the yard at Glenwood.
In a scene that hearkens back to an earlier era on the Soo, two trains meet at the west end of a busy Glenwood Yard on a cold, rainy day. The 6033 is on the point of the 493 as the 4400 lugs the ... (more)
Two SOO SD60's ease CP 290 to a stop on the curve leading from the Detroit Lakes Sub to Glenwood Yard. Click here to see these sam... (more)
Three GE's bring a loaded coke train into Glenwood just seconds after the sun dipped below the horizon.
Two SOO SD60's and a CP GEVO lead the 493 north (timetable west) out of Glenwood.
A GP40 of Milwaukee Road heritage lingers near the depot in Glenwood.
Here's something for the Soo fans out there. Three Soo Line units, including a bandit MP15 and an SD60M, roll across the open farmland just a few miles north of Glenwood.
A long heavy 496 throttles up out of Glenwood Yard, near the MP 115 defect detector. This one was putting out quite a bit of heat to get the 11,000 tons of train rolling.
An eastbound waits for a new crew on one of the yard tracks at Glenwood East. The second unit is Red River Valley & Western 2002, a GP20C.
CP 8884 brings the 298 into Glenwood off the Elbow Lake Sub.