Three Soo Line veterans: engineer, conductor, and locomotive, finish out another day's work along the Paynesville Subdivision by putting their train away in the siding in Eden Valley. This image ... (more)
A modern GEVO is playing second fiddle to a well worn SD40-2 on an eastbound freight seen hustling through Brooten.
Most of the train has crested the hill in the distance, but this lengthy Winnipeg bound manifest is still hard at work between Eden Valley and Paynesville on a fine spring evening.
The wayfreight takes off from Brooten after waiting in the siding for a couple of eastbounds to pass them.
Some run-through UP power leads a unit crude oil train through Brooten, MN en route from North Dakota to a refinery in Louisiana.
CP red meets John Deere green just east of Brooten as fieldwork gets back underway after several days of wet weather.
A low pressure system that brought severe weather and rain to Minnesota for several days is finally moving off to the east, making way for some sunlight to reflect off the flanks of an eastbound C... (more)
A westbound grain train swings around a curve just over a mile east of Brooten.
Springtime has finally arrived in Minnesota as ice covered lakes have given way to deep blue water and green buds have started to leaf out on the trees. On a perfect May afternoon, a westbound fr... (more)
A patched SP unit pushes on eastbound coal loads as a westbound stack train approaches in the distance, viewed from the pedestrian overpass in Lexington, NE.
The daily vehicle and stack train from Chicago to Vancouver patiently waits for a new crew at the west end of Glenwood Yard.
A westbound empty coal train meets an eastbound manifest just east of Kearney, NE on the busiest stretch of freight railroad in the world.
An ex-MoPac Geep rests with some newer power outside the yard office in Fremont. The brick building visible through the trees is the old freight house.
A pair of Whitcomb locomotives call Hooper, NE home. The closest is a 50 tonner S-3, constructed in 1955 for Standard Slag, while the one in the rear is a 45 tonner built in 1942. Before coming ... (more)
The BNSF's local power rests in downtown Fremont on a clear Sunday morning.