MILW 261 engineer Steve Sandberg is the engineer on Steve Glischinski's 1970's era photo freight, run on Monday Sept 8, 2008 on the CN's Dresser Subdivsion with crews and equipment from the Minn... (more)
Montana Rail Link quality work: this SD9 was built in 2/57 (for the Duluth Missabe). It is still in service and well maintained by the MRL after 51 years. As of Mid August 2008, this unit was quot... (more)
Built 4/56, sitting in a dead line. As of mid August 2008, this unit and the other engines behind it were quoted in the MRL inventory as "Stored Repairs Needed".
A 4-8-4, Not Exactly!. That's MILW 261 engineer Steve Sandberg our engineer on Steve Glischinski's 1970's era photo freight. From the cab, Steve is admiring the concrete piers that support ... (more)
BN 6234 crosses the St. Croix River on CN's Dresser Sub. This was a photo charter showing a "1970s" BN local I organized with the excellent cooperation of the Minnesota Transportation Museum and i... (more)
The suns sets on the 1970s photo charter at Marine. Thanks to Steve Glischinski for setting this up.
A 1977 Chrysler Town & Country wagon stopped at a rural grade crossing for BN SD9 6234.
BN SD9 6234 rolls across a rural grade crossing between Osceola and Dresser.
The Minnesota Transportation Museum's BN SD9 6234 with a "1970s local freight" on the ex-Soo Line Dresser line near Dresser, Wisconsin. This was a photo charter organized by Steve Glischinski.
More traditional shot of the Minnesota Transportation Museum's BN SD9 6234 with a "1970s local freight" on the ex-Soo Line Dresser line (now owned by CN). This trip was organized by Steve Glischi... (more)
It's the fall of 1973, and this camper is more concerned with cooking his hot dogs than paying attention to the BN local that's passing his campsite.
(OK it's really a photo charter. Thanks ... (more)
Bridge still says Chesapeake and Ohio, trust me.
First time I've caught both AWW units on the local to Fernald.
Interchanging with CSX.
Eastbound freight passes an aging RR crossing sign on its way to Fernald, Ohio.