A trio of BNSF EMDs hustles uphill around the curve entering the town of Lincoln. The power barely fits in a sucker hole of sunlight. The third unit is a GP38-2B.
A standard cab NS unit trails a BNSF Dash 9 on crude oil loads near Lincoln.
A brand new Citirail leaser heads through the S curves in Lincoln with a healthy train of double stacks from the west coast.
After a brief wait at Randall for the eastbound Empire Builder, a westbound grain train is on the move through the fog near Lincoln.
Amtrak 90 sits on the house track in Lincoln after being damaged in a fatal grade crossing accident involving a flatbed semi on the previous day while leading the eastbound Empire Builder. The co... (more)
The paint schemes of the two railroads that formed the BNSF take the Minot - Northtown Manifest east while going into the siding at Lincoln to meet five. It was very neat to catch a three window S... (more)
NS 1072 in Illinois Terminal Heritage rounds the S-curve at Lincoln.
With rumors flying around of this one of a kind paint scheme being covered up, I figured my chances of seeing it were dashed. Even when it was planned to come through again, it would be in the we... (more)
This merchandise train from Minot, ND is back on the move eastbound after setting out a bad order car in the Staples yard.
Close on the tail of Amtrak, this priority intermodal train from the west coast heads through Lincoln behind a trio of GEs.
Running just a tad behind this morning (about 6 hours), the Empire Builder kicks up the overnight snow as it cruises east at 79 mph through Lincoln, MN.
Right behind Amtrak is a priority Z train.
Just over 6 hours late, the Empire Builder heads east towards its next stop at St. Cloud, Mn
The fall colors in central Minnesota were nothing short of spectacular this morning as coal loads head east through Lincoln.
A westbound stack train rushes through the curves at Lincoln.