A Wabash painted SD70ACe briefly disrupts the small river community of Parkville on a beautiful -and stormy, Spring afternoon.
The Argentine to Omaha manifest works its way through the famous West Bottoms, with NS's Wabash heritage unit leading the charge.
Three GP30 bodies wait for the light to continue their trek to the KCS with the transfer job from Argentine.
Tommy Hill empties cruise West along the NS, utilizing trackage rights from the Brookfield Sub to get into Kansas City. EMD's look great when they're new!
An empty crude destined for Dore, ND navigates its way through The Bottoms, passing a NS bound auto train with two SD70M's. Love the action of KC, and the West Bottoms are a must see!
A loaded grain train weaves its way into Knoche, passing the vintage Milepost 2 marker.
Cars and trucks destined for the West Coast coast into the siding in Matfield Green to meet two Eastbounds on the single track portion of the BNSF Transcon.
An empty coal train destined for the Powder River Basin crosses UP's Fall City Subdivision and passes some classic searchlights on the Creston Sub.
Two brand new SD70ACe's lead an empty coal train over the Mighty Mo, passing the newly constructed trestle spanning the river for the BNSF Creston Sub.
BNSF's Northgate Local struggles out of Minot with a GP30 body leading the 94 car train.
The Bottineau Local trots East on the Devils Lake Sub through Surrey, with an original BN GP30 leading and a Northern Plains SD40-2 in the 3rd out position.
Crude oil loads coast downhill into the Souris River Valley, passing the old elevator and grain bin in the small once-was community of Lonetree.
A pacman and dual flag SD40 duo lead H82 through Velva on a beautiful Spring afternoon.
What once was MILW 205, leads the CP Transfer past the ex-Soo Line depot amidst a light snow shower on an extremely cold Spring afternoon.
Westbound cars and pickups storm through the rural community of Des Lacs, ND on a Summer-like April afternoon in 2012... Unfortunately, April 1st of 2013 won't be that nice - with a 3 foot snowpac... (more)