Five GEs rush past an old Soo Line crane and CP caboose ("van" I suppose is the proper term for the CP) sitting on the elevator track in Farwell.
Three former Soo Line locomotives now in CP red make their way east toward Glenwood on a clear fall day.
This bright red leader really pops through the snow and frosty trees on the Elbow Lake sub this morning.
Pacing some EMD power along MN 55 is always fun, even if they're not working very hard, pulling only 13 cars on the Enderlin wayfreight.
The westbound 293 negotiates the curves and hills of the eastern portion of the Elbow Lake Subdivision.
The 496 is the second of two eastbounds waiting to be re-crewed on the main between Lowry and Farwell. Less than 15 miles from Glenwood, they will be further delayed by the repair of a broken rai... (more)
A lone GEVO works westbound past the old elevator in rural Farwell.
The 296 roars into Farwell, following the path laid down nearly 124 years ago by the Minneapolis & Pacific Railway, which was merged 2 years later into the Minneapolis, St Paul, and Sault Ste Mari... (more)
The town of Farwell, Minnesota isn't much more than an intersection and an old decrepit grain elevator, which makes for a nice background as two Geeps hustle a lengthy train of grain empties westw... (more)
With a strong thunderstorm behind it, a westbound rolls along the Elbow Lake Subdivision between Farwell and Kensington. On the head end is a string of empty MOW flats (thanks for the explanation... (more)
Just after sunrise, grain loads head east on the Elbow Lake sub.
The daily intermodal train on Canadian Pacific's Elbow Lake sub snakes through the curves just west of Lowry.
A brand new General Electric GEVO heads east for CP's Glenwood Yard along with an old SOO Line SD60 in tow.