After the South Local clears, BNSF 9278 leads Clay Boswell empties south out of Grand Forks.
A stack reroute pounds west at 50 MPH onto old, jointed rail near Shawnee.
BN 9706, a rare unpatched SD70MAC, leads coal loads around the sweeping curve at Fisher to meet westbound coal empties.
EMD 9010 leads Clay Boswell empties out of the Grand Forks Yard and onto the Hillsboro Subdivision for the run to Fargo.
A long string of Clay Boswell empties finally breaks the silence during a what seemed to be never ending break in the stack reroutes.
BNSF 2941 smokes it up as it thunders west on the point of a very late M-SUPMIN.
BNSF 5025 leans around the curve west of Arvilla on a cold but sunny St. Patrick's Day.
A fresh crew aboard BNSF 8211 smokes it up on their way past the Grand Forks Yard.
Assigned to the Dakota Northern Railroad, based out of Grafton, ND, ILSX 1391 pokes south toward Cavalier to meet ILSX 1392 and perform some switching operations before heading home.
After meeting Clay Boswell loads at Fisher, BNSF 9234 leads Clay Boswell empties through Grand Forks and onto the Hillsboro Subdivision.
The Drayton local (right) passes the last ever BNSF Grafton local on its way back to the Glasston Subdivision. As of Feb. 5, 2006, the Dakota Northern Railroad (DNRR) operates north of Grafton on ... (more)
The Drayton local pauses at Grafton for a crew change.