SCXY 1363 pulls a few cars past the depot in Rush City.
SCRY geeps wait in the clear, as the big units doing a little switching at the mill.
The pair of GP9's pull out of the plant at Harris.
A pair of Northern Pacific painted GP9's shove a few cars back into the plant.
It's a sunny and cold morning in Rush City as St. Croix Valley Railroad's pair of SD40M-2's (SD45 bodies) pass by the pair of GP9's.
The St. Croix Valley Railroad is headed south with a pair of Northern Pacific inspired GP9's in charge. A really nice smoke show was provided as the engineer opened up the 1954-built Geeps. A real... (more)
Shortline railroading at its finest. After switching out the plant in Rush City, the crew ties down the engines and gets to work helping the Section Crew. The SCXY has grown enough to where a dies... (more)
A nice looking howitzer serves as a nice memorial to the men and woman of our armed forces as the SCRY crew goes about their morning business. Note that these engines are now RADIO EQUIPPED!
A pair of GP9's with four cars in tow work their way south of Pine City on this late summer morning.
While Harris was incorporated in 1884, trains have been a part of the landscape since 1869 when rails were laid by the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad.
A NP heritage themed St. Croix Valley RR local passes thru the countryside south of Rush City.
A southbound St. Croix Valley RR local nears Harris with a pair of Geeps that just had 'Radio Equipped' emblems put on beneath the cab windows the previous weekend.
A pair of Geeps with NP inspired paint, owned by the St. Croix Valley Railroad and run on part of the former Skally line rest on a Sunday afternoon near the SCXY depot/office in Rush City, MN afte... (more)
A pair of St. Croix Valley geeps rest next to the short line's depot/office on a nice Sunday afternoon in Rush City. Come Monday, it'll be back to work.
It's a cold Minnesota night made evident by the icicles hanging off the roof of the St. Croix Valley Railroad office as the two geeps idle nearby keeping themselves warm.