CP 277 rolls into Waseca behind a trio of blue and golds.
INRD 9011, 9001 lead 74 loads of coke down the CP River Sub back to Indiana.
MNNR 50 leads the sand train down the hill on the St. Paul Sub. Track speed is good for 45 mph, but they take it easy as they don't have dynamic brakes.
Job 11 heads through the "cut off" which connects the BNSF Midway Sub with the BNSF St. Paul Sub.
The sand pulls across University Avenue to double up their train. Construction continues here for the Central Corridor light rail line.
Two SD60's lead a set of new sand hoppers to the Ford Plant where they'll be stored. The Ford Plant closed in December, making shots through here difficult.
The St. Paul Transfer has just started up Short Line Hill yet they've already gained quite a bit of height as the tracks were once level with the road on the right. They'll continue up the hill p... (more)
Two CSX units lead a train through the "Cut off" from the Midway Sub to the St. Paul Sub.
The last days of the Ford Plant were starting to be felt with this train as they only had a handful of cars in tow. The plant would close down within weeks of this shot and the daily run through ... (more)
Some of the last operating stop sign equipped Griswolds in the state can be found in Harris, MN. The NP inspired power seems to fit right in with the old relics.
The St. Croix Valley units go about spotting cars at the grain facility in Rush City.
There are five BLE's working the former Missabe, every once in a while they'll get put together making for a cool consist to chase. Here the 903 and 909 lead a repainted IC SD40-2 with another lo... (more)
The TCWR's St. Paul Turn heads up Short Line Hill, passing the griswolds at Oneida St. A scene that's played out for several years but is coming to an end with new signal bases in.
CP 276 comes into Minnesota City and nears the end of its track warrant. They'll tie down in Goodview to wait for a new crew to take them east.
The HAT Transfer crosses the Mississippi River in Minneapolis with four SOO SD60's and a geep. With more and more units coming back repainted, it's a good day to catch four left untouched.