In a trademark shot on Byron Hill this loaded potash train climbs the grade assisted by a helper on the rear.
A very short high priority intermodal train from Chicago dusts off the overnight snow as it heads west for MT.
A pair of old Santa Fe veterans head west in the late evening sun with a short empty grain train.
Behind a pair of EMDs, 290s train is just a few miles from the yard in Glenwood and the end of this crew's trip.
Northbound Union Pacific empties meet a southbound BNSF load in the wide open prairie near the Coal Creek Mine in Wyoming.
Just one lone unit on this manifest train from Chicago that is almost 7,000 feet long. Even with 117 cars it was still making great time on it's trip west to Canada.
The Empire Builder flies through Lake Park almost 6 hours behind schedule as high water and slow track continue to plague its schedule on a daily basis.
The crew of this westbound stack train is about to take notice of the railfan convention on the bridge above them.
Grain loads for Interbay, WA coast down the hill into Morris behind a dash 9 with a replacement door.
Only one eastbound showed it's face during the afternoon hours, it's shown here passing Buffalo Ridge.
The last few flakes of snow, which were left overnight, are dusted off by the Alma, WI empties.
Amtrak is running on time this morning as it flies along the shore of the Mississippi River for it's next stop in Winona.
The Empire Builder is working to make up the hour it lost overnight as it heads east for St. Paul.
B40-8W, SD40-2, B40-8. High Priority Merchandise - Grand Forks, ND - Galesburg, IL.
A rare GP10 leads four other GPs west as they head into the sunset on a perfect spring evening.