Back in the Milwaukee Road days, Montevideo was a crew change point between the Twin Cities and Aberdeen.
The section was purchased by a new railroad in the early 90's, the Twin Cities & Wester... (more)
After spending the night in the siding west of here, the West End Job brings some rock and grain through Montevideo on a beautiful fall morning. The West End job does not really have a set time, s... (more)
The depot in Montevideo has been nicely restored as part of the city's Milwaukee Road Heritage Center. The Twin CIties & Western's West End job departs town on its way to Milan.
The elevator east of Montevideo, MN has a good looking ILSX switcher for power. The foggy windows bear witness to the fog that recently lifted out of the Minnesota River valley.
Rock loads from LG Everist glide past the Milwaukee Road depot at Montevideo.
The shell of a Milwaukee Road Hiawatha tail car grows older in the weeds at a small railroad park in western Minnesota.
On what once was Milwaukee Road's Pacific Extension, TCW 3516 clanks along with the daily Milbank Turn. Normally a 5 day a week operation, peak traffic demands runs on Saturday, as seen here.
Milwaukee Road 1626 sits in Montevideo at a small railroad park that includes a caboose, a crane, several passenger cars, and a turntable.
Freshly painted into Milwaukee colors, this former NSP X-5, Ex-BN 79, Exx-CB&Q 9137 looks right at home in Montevideo.
A pair of Cat powered geeps start out their morning journey from Montevideo with 35 loads and 1 empty. Not sure if this is the Milbank Turn or the West End Switch job, either way, these RRV&W uni... (more)