MNNR SF30C 50 starts fifty loaded sand gondolas into motion as its starts doubling up its train. Second out, pouring out the gray smoke, is M636CAT No. 71, which is equipped with a Caterpillar in... (more)
MNNR B23-7 68 switching at Midway on Job 20, ans Job 11, the Tuesday sand train with MNNR SF30C 50 leading, prepares to double A6 to A5.
The weekly sand train rolls down the St. Paul Sub after taking the cut off to Union Jct. This shot looks like it could have been taken in November with the lack of snow, but those long shadows sho... (more)
The westbound Amtrak Empire Builder idles during its 45 minute station stop at the St. Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota Midway station. A P40DC #821 is sandwiched between the predictable set of P42's.
A set of SD40-2's take a train from the Hoffman Ave. yard onto the UP Mankato subdivision towards the Western Ave. yard under the bluffs in downtown St. Paul.
I've always loved the wooden railroad trestles. As a child a remember the DW&P passing by the Shopper's City parking lot on the enormous wooden trestle that carried the line over West Duluth and ... (more)
Ford Hauler passing over Elway Street. Soon this bridge will see very little traffic with the impending closure of the Ford Plant in less than a week now.
Two Canadian National locomotives run light through the Canadian Pacific Pig's Eye Yard.
The Ford Hauler rolls through W. 7th Street in St. Paul.
Three candy apple red SOO 60's lead 183 through Union Junction.
CP 330 drops down through the 7th Street interlocking, they'll head into UP's Belt Yard to deliver their train.
With St. Paul's skyline directly to the east, a Union Pacific manifest with an SD70M leading waits for a crew to head down the Mankato Subdivision.
The Tuesday MNNR sand train enters BNSF's Dayton's Bluff Yard at Hoffman Avenue, passing the soon-to-be-replaced signal bridge (get your photos of these now, folks).
BNSF SD39-2 1896, a former AT&SF "snoot" SD40-2, is switching at Midway as the Minnesota Commercial sand train passes on its way towards Dayton's Bluff Yard.