A hot Z train destined for South Seattle crosses a frozen pond and leaves the community of Ross in its heatwaves.
Plains Marketing LLC's oil holding tanks for their enormous loading facility which produces trains symboled "MNU" stands on the North side of the Manitou Slough, while an extra Portland to Cicero ... (more)
Three SD50F's lead a 44 car wayfreight South on ex-Soo Line trackage at sunset.
A trio of ex-Canadian National SD50F's trot South with 44 cars from the CP in Max.
The Empire Builder kicks up powder along the Hillsboro subdivision heading due south to its next station stop at Fargo 10 hours and 20 minutes late.
The Empire Builder running just over 10 hours takes the west leg of the wye at DL Switch transitioning from the Devils Lake subdivision to the Hillsboro subdivision. In a matter of meters ... (more)
The Empire Builder running just over 10 hours late is on approach to the Grand Forks station near the milepost 2.26 grade crossing of the Devils Lake subdivision after meeting the late west... (more)
Coal loads navigate their way past the Minot Yard with a dirty beaver on the point.
The mercury continues to drop below 0*F, as a long and heavy Williston to Northtown manifest works towards Dilworth, away from the setting sun.
Burlington Northern SD60Ms Nos. 9205 and 9241 with a westbound coal train soar over the large bridge across the Sheyenne River at Valley City, North Dakota, on October 13, 1996.
Foreign power leads a long freight out of town behind Amtrak in August 2012.
An eastbound Empire Builder makes a late trip across the northern plains in summer 2012. I no longer remember why it was late or why the consist order was odd.
It definitely looks nicer outside in this photo than it is today. A cascade green duo with a GP50 leading takes the South Local across the County 6 crossing at Merrifield.
BNSF's Track Geometry car departs Minot and passes the Amtrak station on a cold November morning.
The mercury hovers around 0 degrees Fahrenheit while two dirty beavers lead a long #293 out of Drake, kicking up the fresh powder.