It's a cold North Dakota morning as an empty coal train from Ardoch, ND, accelerates southward past the elevator at Merrifield.
It's a classic North Dakota scene as two cascade green SD40-2s lead the South Local past the grain elevator at Merrifield on a great May afternoon.
As the sun sets on the northern plains, a dogcatch crew leads a run-through grain train southward with a pre-swoosh Gevo leading another warbonnet 75I.
A matching set of reactivated 75Ms was a nice sight to see leading a manifest southward through the snow.
It definitely looks nicer outside in this photo than it is today. A cascade green duo with a GP50 leading takes the South Local across the County 6 crossing at Merrifield.
The old signals on the Hillsboro line are seeing their final days as the South Local trots past behind a nice duo of cascade green.
Pigeons scatter as a manifest freight rolls southward past the newly installed, but not yet operative, block signals along the Hillsboro line.
Blue and yellow is back in the lead as a Santa Fe GP50 leads the South Local through Merrifield.
One of the rattiest consists I've seen in a while hauls a long Grand Forks - Northtown manifest southward at Merrifield.
It's a hot, hazy August afternoon as a Heritage I Dash 9 leads a loaded unit grain train southward out of Merrifield.
A nice looking "BNSF-bonnet" hauls a manifest freight southward through Merrifield.
The daily local to Hillsboro rolls south on shiny new ribbon rails.
Two of BN's finest tug a manifest southward through Merrifield on a busy April day.
It's finally springtime and the ditches are full as a short local trots south behind a downgraded GP50.
Two Dash 9s sandwich a burned-up GEVO as Crookston grain loads head south through Merrifield on a pleasant Wednesday afternoon.