ISLX 1354 at Leeds ND.
CP and DME power at Minot, ND.
A westbound manifest soars over the Sheyenne River valley west of Luverne, ND.
Coal loads destined for Alma, WI battle the stiff grade through the North Dakota Badlands at the famed location of Sully Springs.
Battling Broken Bone... A quartet of veteran EMD's - including two leased from Progress Rail - struggle up the steepest grade for Eastbound trains on BNSF's Devils Lake Sub, known as Broken... (more)
Two leased EMD's lead two more home-rail EMD's out of the CTC island at Towner with a lengthy Minot, ND to Northtown, MN manifest in tow. Three sidings on the Devils Lake Sub have been converted t... (more)
After getting held up in Emerado due to track work and waiting for a warrant around more track work at Buxton, this BNSF oil train is once again on the move. A pair of SD70Macs and a fellow GE st... (more)
Behind a pair of NS units a ratty BNSF GE, a long string of flashy new oil tanks pull through Grand Forks with Bakken crude in tow. The tank cars, which were built approximately a month and a half... (more)
CP's train 293 passes the former Soo Line depot, and BNSF's yard office in downtown Minot.
Minutes after Jeremiah Rindahl captured his stunning photo of Amtrak's detouring Empire Builder at this location, the sun is breaking the horizon and the fog is beginning to dissipate over Lake As... (more)
Detoured black diamonds slither out of the siding at Berthold moments before sunset. Coal trains are rather uncommon on the ex-Great Northern, but due to a tie gang and surfacing crews on the norm... (more)
After having the Eastbound Empire Builder whizz by at 79MPH, the BNSF 7213 and company hold back 13,862 tons of fresh Bakken crude oil on a late Summer evening.
Lost Heritage! NS 8101, the Central of Georgia, races West across the Des Lacs Reservoir and past Ames Construction workers that are feverishly working to construct a second bridge, which ... (more)
Empty oil cans hustle across the North Dakota prairie with two Canucks leading the charge.
Trackside property? Two of BNSF's finest GE's hustle nearly 7,000 feet of Seattle, WA bound double-stacks through the booming community of Bremen on BNSF's KO Subdivision.