A matched set of GECX tier 4 GEVOs cruise east on the Morris Sub with a priority manifest train from the west coast.
A pair of GEs cruise through the western Minnesota prairie with a long string of grain empties in tow. Elevation on the prairie is rare, so sometimes you have to improvise.
A GP38-2 strikes a nice silhouette at sunset as it pulls an empty grain train west along the Morris Sub.
After a tip from Bryant, I also decided to venture out and find this unusual quartet of EMDs on a train of grain empties for the Browns Valley Sub.
A repainted GE and two sisters are at full power as this long loaded grain train charges up the hill into Hancock.
The parade of eastbound trains continues on a warm summer morning in western Minnesota as grain empties cruise into Hancock behind an old Santa Fe leader.
With a cloud bank approaching, grain empties head east out of Hancock on their way toward Willmar.
An eastbound manifest is making good time toward Willmar as it passes an endless line of old telegraph poles.
In the shadow of the local elevator, grain empties from Interbay, WA make easy work of the plow ridge left downtown.
A grain train glides east behind a trio of GE's
The first eastbound after the snowplow went through is this empty grain train heading for Murdock, MN.
A pair of hard to find AC4400s (at least with a BNSF logo) are in command of a late merchandise train heading for Willmar.
Leaving the dark clouds behind, a pair of dash 9s are making about 20 mph up the hill with their grain loads.
Two units struggle up the hill as they head into the evening sun. High Priority Merchandise - Lincoln, NE - Dilworth, MN.
An old veteran and a dash 9 have just cleared the hill out of Morris. Regular Merchandise - Dilworth, MN - Lincoln, NE.