Crossing the Mississippi River in Little Falls, MN.
An ACe and Dash 9 head east on point of an intermodal.
A pair of matching dash 9s lead a manifest east on the Staples Sub, with the leader sporting an unusual K5HL.
A trio of Dash 9s head east with oil loads in tow.
The Erie heritage motor leads a loaded oil train out of the siding at Darling. BNSF plans on double tracking this portion of the Staples Sub from Darling to Little Falls, MN with 2015's Capital I... (more)
2 red and silver ex Santa Fe units lead this WB freight on the Staples Sub.
A very late (what else is new) Empire Builder is flying east for St Cloud trying to make up time lost overnight in North Dakota. The lone superliner ahead of the baggage car is heading to Chicago ... (more)
A CP AC4400CW and BNSF SD70MAC team up on an eastbound manifest seen crossing the Mississippi River at Little Falls.
My sons and railfanning companions for the day enjoy the view of a nearly new ES44C4 pulling oil loads along the Mississippi at Little Falls.
A vehicle train with some stacks on the head end is reflected in the Mississippi River at Little Falls. The water is so flat because the Little Falls dam is just out of frame to the left and of c... (more)
An eastbound crude oil train with NS power passes the Little Falls depot on a picture perfect autumn morning.
The Illinois Termal heritage unit leads U-TNDCXY by the Northern Pacific Railway Depot in Little Falls, Minnesota. The depot designed by notable architect Cass Gilbert in 1899. It was listed on th... (more)
A long string of Hyundai containers head east behind a pair of GEs after meeting an empty Becker coal train at Gregory.
A late Builder coming into Little Falls. #8 departed Staples at 3:32pm, 11 hours and 23 minutes late.
A newer member of the BNSF family dusts off the rails with priority merchandise from Laurel, MT.