Only on the MMA you'll find SOO, DME and ex-BN pulling together. Bonus points for the RC caboose! MMA #2 is waiting for a crew for it's voyage to Maine.
The B48 crew out of Mason City does local work as they wait for the B48 crew out of Wells bringing the 572 train to them. Here the crew backs into the International Paper Plant to spot and pull ca... (more)
A trio of SOO Line SD60's pull ethanol train 640 into Ft Erie, where it will wait for its counterpart, 641, to cross the bridge into Canada.
SOO SD60's 6026, 6051, 6027 pull ethanol train 640 out of the Welland Canal tunnel enroute to the United States. This is my first, and probably last time seeing a SOO Line trio. It was originally ... (more)
SOO 6026 West rolls away from a thunderstorm leading another SOO SD60 and a handful of ex Soo Line and MILW ballast hoppers on the newly ballasted CP New Town Subdivision.
182 comes off the CP C&M Sub and onto the UP Milwaukee Sub at Shermer for a quick run down the UP to Bryn Mawr where itll get back on the CP and run into Bensenville.
A pair of nice looking EMD's await me just after I got off my bus and arrived at Kipling Go/Subway station. They made an abbreviated stop for a foremen a mile away then continued on eastward wit r... (more)
With the two Soo's from the days earlier 182 sitting off to the side of the yard idling away, our hopes of it leading 183 dimenished. We then left Franklin Park to go to the west end of Bensenvil... (more)
The H41 wayfreight and train 292 provide a welcoming party at Glenwood East for the arrival of train 491 behind a trio of SOO power.
A dying breed... With the CP rebuild/repaint program going on, the SOO SD60's are definitely a dying breed. Two of the white variety idle on the diesel track awaiting the call to assemble t... (more)
The sun is just rising through the fog as two Soo Line SD60s wait with train 491 east of Glenwood.
The morning sun is still burning off some fog along the CP mainline as two SD60s bring a westbound train toward the yard in Glenwood.
Soo 6026,6021 roll eastbound stacks at Clinton. For someone from Upper Michigan this was a sight that seemed very strange.
The setting sun kisses the flanks of two Soo Line veterans as they approach Forada with train 290.