Amtrak passengers get a fine look at the Autumn color along the Hudson.
A visitor from the northwest enjoys the afternoon sun at the Lake Superior Transportation Museum.
Pacing a dirty SD70M-2 heading north.
PacMan SD40-2s move in the afternoon at Pig's Eye.
Three ex CNW dash 8s wait to move this morning, along with their string of limestone empties.
CP and Soo duo drops off scrap steel to be recycled in this small mill.
The Keenan Switch heads home.
Leaving Pig's Eye.
Two SD60s and a former Cp, now DM&E SD40-2 lead ethanol cans onto Iona Island.
Bright and shiny! A freshly painted C40-8 is on the point on this ethanol train headed south.
Limestone empties led into Proctor yard.
Taking the curve at Adolph, heading to Proctor Yard.
CP's Rice's Point yard goats start the evening shift.
Standard cab leads a southbound.
Rolling by the worksite at M.P. 42.5. New steel retaining walls for the abutments of the Popolopen Creek trestle.