An eastbound with a CP switcher waits to depart Glenwood and head for the Cities. Second unit is an MP15AC switcher, CP 1429. Click... (more)
A cloudy morning turned into a beautiful afternoon as the 290's crew nears the end of their run on Thanksgiving day.
An eastbound stack train quickly gets up to track speed a few miles east of Glenwood.
The 290 sits on the main in front of the Glenwood Depot and yard office on the first sunny day in over a week.
An eastbound stack train finds a break in the clouds as it nears Glenwood.
An eastbound off the Detroit Lakes Sub waits without a crew on the west side of Glenwood.
CP 8811 stands at the east end of Glenwood, waiting for a crew change on the main line. There was so much fresh snow on the tracks, it took 25 hand brakes to hold it in place without sliding back... (more)
Most likely my last shot from this location, as the local law enforcement advised me against being here, despite being in my truck parked on the side of a township road, off railroad property.
CP 9537 is looking just as rough as the dash-2 it's leading. Here it is heading west out of Glenwood Yard.
A westbound with two leasers leading nears Glenwood and the end of its run across CP's Paynesville Sub.
There's no snow or ice in July, but this broom still stands at the ready at the west end of CP's Glenwood yard.
The Paynesville Sub local nears milepost 117 just a few miles east of Glenwood.
The switch crew abandons their yard work to rescue a stranded grain train just past the Ammonia plant.
Just off the Elbow Lake sub, ahead of the CP 198