A Mac and a Gevo accelerate westward into the afternoon sun with a Devils Lake-bound rock train.
After enduring a long afternoon of waiting, the railroad had finally come to life in the evening hours, giving me some good shots of the bridge at Luverne. The only thing keeping me standing amon... (more)
CP's Weed Sprayer deadheads East behind a classic veteran on a fine July morning.
With the sun set, the wind died down, and Lake Ashtabula provided a nice reflection for one more westbound on the Luverne bridge.
The sun finally sank below the hillside on a long summer day, providing a nice silhouette of a tree and another eastbound oil train on the bridge at Luverne.
The sun finally crept over to the north side of the Luverne bridge as it neared the horizon. With a small window of opportunity before the bridge would be in shadow, my hopes sank as an eastbound... (more)
The Deadliest Catch guys sometime say "stick and stay and make it pay." That's what I did on Monday at Luverne. After waiting in the sun with seemingly every insect on the hillside trying to eat... (more)
Eastbound oil loads soar across Lake Ashtabula on the BNSF's ex-Great Northern Surrey Cutoff between Minot and Fargo.
Two SD70ACe's lead coal loads for Alma, WI across the Sheyenne River valley at Valley City on a warm summer morning.
A westbound empty coal train with a SD70MAC DPU rumbles across the Hi-Line bridge above Valley City not long after sunrise.
Northern Plains Railroad switches the Elevator in Devils Lake on a extremely humid, 90 degree day
NS's NKP heritage unit rolls West past the Berthold Farmers Elevator and the city water tower.
NS's Nickle Plate Road heritage unit passes the vintage grain elevator in the rural Des Lacs.
The NKP rolls West into the low afternoon sun, passing MP 44 on BNSF's Glasgow Subdivision.
Soaring high above the Gassman Coulee and South Branch Creek, the Nickle Plate Road Heritage unit leads a Hayti, MO to Trenton, ND oil empty on a gorgeous June afternoon.