The daily St. Cloud local heads west after spending the day in Northtown.
The daily manifest from Northtown Yard to Noyes, MN, is kicking up quite a bit of snow as it rushes eastward and forces this photographer to shoot and run.
After being called for the train more than six hours earlier, Engineer Lunak finally has the South Local underway as he rushes southward out of Thompson.
The crew from this pair of ex-BN units stand out in the cold on the southern edge of Northtown yard wait for a van to pick them up.
Eastbound trio of Geeps led by the BN-heralded BNSF 2968 pulls the Noyes Local by a crewless G-MAYSUP at the east siding switch in Fisher.
The Noyes Local rounds the bend eastward as it leaves East Grand Forks behind. Love seeing that 4-axle power leading long manifests!
A late Noyes Local steams east through the prairie land of western Minnesota under picture-perfect skies behind its usual lashup of classic Geep power.
The Winnipeg Turn rolls westward through downtown East Grand Forks on a pleasant Independence Day evening. A short time later, the area would be crowded for the fireworks display and the railroad ... (more)
A nice pair of cascade green geeps leads today's Drayton Local back to the Grand Forks yard.
The engineer of the Drayton Local puts his feet up as his train is forced to wait on the Glasston line for the interlocking to clear ahead on a bitterly cold Friday afternoon.