This is as scenic as it gets in Dilworth, MN; where an empty train of system coal hoppers is pulling down to change crews, while passing intermodal Q SPOCHC1 11 speeding away with a fresh crew.
BNSF's Galesburg, IL - Grand Forks, ND manifest is tied down in the yard at Dilworth, MN with a colourful CSXT lashup. BNSF M NTWGFD1 06 sits to the right waiting to be worked by the yard and BNSF... (more)
An empty frac train moves eastward past the Dilworth yard behind a trio of GEs.
Looks like a few grain hoppers had enough for the day.
A local freight gets organized in the yard under the power of an ex-BN GP50 while another freight takes a rest next door.
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit leads an empty Manitou oil train into Dilworth on a nice Winter afternoon.
A pair of Cascade Green units backs into the east end of Dilworth Yard. The east end switch crew is visible in the distance, as well as a coal train being recrewed farther back on the main.
BNSF's newest paint scheme? Maybe we should dub this the Michelin Man scheme. There obviously is a special purpose to this well disguished 70 MAC. Any one know why is it shrink wrapped?
The blue bonnets are gathering at Dilworth. Included in this view are a GP40X and a GP50.
Glowing from the last rays of the setting sun, BNSF 7202 rolls to a stop at Watts, just outside Dilworth, its crew dead on hours.
A pair of Dash-9s lead an empty "worm" eastward past the "Roundhouse" at Dilworth.
A short local, led by a pair of rebuilt GP30s, returns to Dilworth after a nights work.