South of Rush City at Harris, finds both SD45 along with a switcher lettered for ISLX.
A single SD40M-2 leads a St. Croix Valley sand train on the main at the Titan Lansing Transload facility and prepares to switch out the train.Locomotives:SCXY 1326 SD40M-2
A single SD40M-2 leads a St. Croix Valley sand train south, passing by the sign welcoming visitors to the town of Harris. Locomotives:SCXY 1326 SD40M-2
A St. Croix Valley sand train passes by an advertisement for firewood as it makes its way south.Locomotives:SCXY 1326 SD40M-2
A lone St. Croix Valley GP9 and an empty HCl (hydrochloric acid) tanker sit on the Harris spur for the weekend.
St Croix Valley's pair of SD45 rebuilds were southbound near Harris heading for a sand loading facility just south of town where they will pick up twenty loads to take north for interchange with B... (more)
Southbound with the classic geeps and a train of sand empties.
The pair of GP9's pull out of the plant at Harris.
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)
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 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.
Some of the last operating stop sign equipped Griswolds in the state can be found in Harris, MN. The NP inspired power seems to fit right in with the old relics.