SOO 6026 West rolls away from a thunderstorm leading another SOO SD60 and a handful of ex Soo Line and MILW ballast hoppers on the newly ballasted CP New Town Subdivision.
An EMD GP40X body'd leader leads the Drake Wayfreight into Minot catching the last light of the day.
Five horsepower vs. 7400. Five ponies have their faces buried in the dry grass and pay no attention to a brand new ES44AC leading an old "Multimark" SD40-2 passing by behind, on a warm Spri... (more)
Lost coal power leads an Eastbound stacker into Minot for a crew change.
An 8,000 foot 499 slows to line the West switch for main to main use on a spectacular Spring afternoon.
Cruising through the Des Lacs River Valley, a brand new ES44AC and a SD40-2 have an eight thousand foot #499 up to track speed.
For my first time being to Portal, I hit jackpot! I stumbled into an old SOO steam era turntable during my search for an escape route from the States (just kidding!) and managed to work the CP 937... (more)
Oil rigs dot the Northern North Dakota landscape, while the CP 9370 West hustles towards Portal after just leaving Flaxton.
The 32 car Ross Turn rolls East through Des Lacs with a large cut of empty fracking sand cars in tow.
A clean GEVO hustles #280 into the small lake-side town of Weaver.
One of BNSF's A-1-A ES44C4's leads a lengthy Pasco, WA to Galesburg, IL H train over the drawbridge in Prescott.
On the first day of April, two GP's struggle into Minot with a 6400 ton New Rockford Local in tow. What a show this was!
The clouds have broken up and continue to move East, while two CP Beavers lead the hotshot 199 through Minot with Nathan P3 a-blarin'.
With a 3/4 moon above in the rich blue sky, two of BNSF's "Goatboats" lead a Blue Island, IL to Portland, OR vehicle train over the South Branch Creek on a warm and breezy afternoon.
On a warm and breezy Spring afternoon, an eight thousand foot Z train from Seattle, WA rolls East over the impressive Gassman Coulee trestle with an ex Santa Fe GE leading the way.