The swoosh can be seen on the second unit.
You wouldn't know it was fall by the greenery.
A sweeping curve and a sprig of fall oragne.
Working as the rest of the train is making the grade. The second unit is my first Swoosh power viewed in person.
A bird watches from the signal, as a pair of catfish crawl towards Northtown. At Victoria St., I saw a cat next to the tracks.
Some of the trees haven't gotten the message that it is fall.
Track work brings this double mainline down to a single lane.
Not quite ready, the power will disconnect. St. Paul and the Mississippi River share the frame.
Switching at the yard limits.
Ties nex to the tracks indicate an approaching slow down in traffic.
Pulling into Midway elephant-style, three blue bonnets congregate in the sunrise.
4935 and 527 Heritage units approach a blinking yellow signal, as track work is 2 miles ahead.
A trio of SD40-2s slide past a compliment of tampers and track maintainers.
Although CP lists 4522 as a GP 38-2, the flared radiator grilles give it away as a GP40X.
Geeps move baretables off the mainline.