Heading for the last leg of the grade up Crawford Hill.
With the wheat harvest going on, CP has the grizzled vets out on mainline duty. Seeing three SD40-2s on the Paynesville Sub is a rarity, since GE's are the usual choice of power on this route.
Upbound at Crawford.
A view of Rice's Point from Skyline Drive. All is quiet this Sunday afternoon. GP28M and mate rest. If you look top left, SOO locos try to hide.
The wheat harvest has even the grizzled SD40-2s out on the road.
A new addition to Northtown or just in for service? Anyone have information regarding the roots of this TEBC6?
Dakota & Iowa work train slowly navigates through downtown Sioux Falls on a Saturday morning.
Sunday's afternoon limestone train begins its' trek to Proctor , smoking up the grade.
Three helpers go "downbound" and two trek back up the hill to repeat the task.
A&M's ALCOs maneuver in tight space. Their yard in Springfield is crammed between two sets
of commercial buildings.
A meeting of SD60s on the fabulous Rockville Bridge. Wying SD60I 6732 is passed by SD60s 6715 and 6700.
There is always something new to view at AMP.
55 ALCOs still are operating in New York state. Here two get a wash. The Livonia Avon & Lakeville fleet are well taken care of-- cosmetically and mechanically.
Paying respect to my old friends from the Missabe. There are ten DMIR locomotives at the right side of this line. I confirmed 306,208,221,217,317. Also nine GP15s make up the left line.
That's taconite coming off the Laker in the background. I thought this was a coal only complex. The NS Trainmaster explained the workings of the entire complex and I learned a heckuva lot.