A quartet of SP units leads an intermodal train just south of Santa Fe Junction in Kansas City
A pair of Minnesota Commercial Alco's doing some switching in the Twin Cities area
A pair of Minnesota Commercial engines wait patiently for their call to duty at the MNNR's shops in the Midway area of Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Minnesota Commercial power spends its Sunday evening at their shops awaiting the call to duty on Monday morning.
MNNR sand train runs down the Midway Sub, with the B39-8's in the lead and a former BN C30-7. Pushing is MNNR 50 and 71, an SF30C and C636-CAT rebuild.
MNNR 42, sporting it's new red paint, works on spotting steel at SSAB. The unit is a one of kind former Santa Fe rebuild.
MNNR 1971, a former Conrail B23-7, leads the Hugo Job back towards Midway.
The loneliest EMD on a railroad known for it's eclectic stable of ALCO and GE locomotives arrives at Bayport to switch the sprawling Andersen Window factory.
Minnesota Commercials Alco RS27 powered Hennepin job pulls some cars out of a customer on the deadend stretch of the former NP Line
Minnesota Commercials Alco RS27 powered Hennepin job pulls some cars out of a customer .
Minnesota Commercials Alco RS27 powered Hennepin job does some switching.
"Alco Adam" the Engineer of MNNR Job #52 puts on a show as he rolls the Alco RS27 powered Hennepin job south .
MNNR sand train howls into St. Paul Yard towards a wrong switch. Helpers can be seen in the distance.
"Going to hand signs 48" comes over the radio just before the conductor gives a steady sign to the engineer as they kick a center beam into the yard.
MNNR 2002 drills cars at the railroads Midway yard.