The Chewelah Turn has 100 cars and well over 10,000 tons behind the engines as they work their way out of Valley.
Like clockwork, the morning ore train is arriving at Ray Mine from Hayden.
BNSF was always ahead of the Heritage craze by choosing to keep the Santa Fe yellow-blue and red-silver Warbonnet colors and the green-white BN schemes. Now if they would only come out with a red... (more)
A rebuilt GP20 and GP38-2 lug a transfer job under the former MN&S and up the grade into downtown Saint Louis Park.
In the late afternoon, the South Local returns to Grand Forks with an unrepainted GP50 second out. I'm honestly surprised that no mosquitoes showed up in this shot; they were nearly bad enough to ... (more)
It's a pleasant summer evening as the South Local rolls back into Grand Forks behind a freshly painted 39-2.
An empty OT-1 has just left Hayden yard and is heading to the Ray mine for loading.
A one-car local heads west through Kearny. The large amount of power is needed as the local will be returning with cars for the San Manuel railroad in addition to the CBRY's normal loads.
The Museum of the American Railroad moving the Frisco Steam engine #4501 to there new location in Frisco Texas.
A neat consist leads the Superior to Northtown freight.
A loaded OT-1 approaches Ray Junction with a load of copper ore bound for Hayden.
TC&W's transfer job enters the Commercial yard on their way to St. Paul.
A pair of former Kennecott Copper high-cab GP39-2s (note the high clearance fuel tanks) race through downtown Minneapolis on their way to Canadian Pacific's St. Paul Yard.