A pair of ES44AC's lead dead-in-tow SOO 6051 east out of Muskego Yard down The Wash.
CP 245 highballs down the main at Wolverton, as the Pender Job waits in the clear.
Train 112 on a February morning
CP 8779+ CEFX 1023 sit in front of the coal dumper shed awaiting a TBTL crew to dump the train. Note on the inner loop a CP potash train also awaits to be unloaded.
Just a bit after sunrise, a healthy manifest heads west leaving the thin clouds behind.
After dropping most of its train in Elbow Lake, 4 GE's have their 293 train doing every bit of 49mph as it glides over one of a couple minimum maintenance roads just east of Nashua, Mn. Kudos to ... (more)
The early morning sun breaks through a few low clouds as the 293 approaches the rural overpass east of Hoffman.
The sun is just over the horizon on a beautiful winter day as the 293 blasts out of Lowry with 4 units.
The second of two X-trains with foreign power rolls north along the Mississippi River towards La Crosse, WI.
The wonders of the One Unit Wonder. With 85 cars on the drawbar, 240 accelerates down the grade after working Galt.
The 293 shouldn't have too much trouble with track speed today. 13,200HP for 37 cars. In my experiences, the Paynesville Sub has the most railfan friendly crews.
CP 103 heads into the evening light at Struthers.
Heading through a lush forest on the first day of summer.
The DPU unit brings up the rear of a heavy stack train as it climbs the eastbound grade out of Field.