After recrewing the train on the east side of New Richmond, the transfer crew has L517 rolling west at track speed past the 1915 built Soo Line depot. The train is running about 12 hours off the m... (more)
A sharp looking Illinois Central SD70 leads CN L516 on its eastward trek to Stevens Point. With no work en route tonight, it should be a pretty easy trip for 516's crew.
A former Oakway SD60 leads train L516 through the quiet Wisconsin countryside during the journey to Stevens Point.
For the second day in a row, an ex Oakway SD60 has the honors of leading L516 on its eastbound journey to Stevens Point. This is another "summer only" shot for L516 and the 1915 Soo Line... (more)
The L516 transfer is just about an hour into the long trek back to Stevens Point as it passes the former Soo Line depot in New Richmond WI. Throughout the past few months, the CN has stored many l... (more)
Winter operations means the schedule moves around a bit, normally a night move, L516 cuts through the middle of New Richmond on a Sunday morning crossing the Willow River.
Early snow persists in western Wisconsin as L517 passes a snow-laden farm on the outskirts of New Richmond, Wisconsin on its way to Minneapolis.
Borrowed power has been all over CN this winter. Carrying over into springtime one of many NS units on CN leads L517 across the Minneapolis Sub.
Clean snow and bright spring sun make for a snappy scene as L516 heads east across the Minneapolis Sub.
Six inches of fresh snow melt in the afternoon sunshine as L516 makes its way across the Minneapolis Sub.
CN L517 was parked on the New Richmond siding for nearly 7 hours today between crews. Thankfully it got underway before sunset to complete the trip to (and beyond) the west end of Minneapolis Sub.
CN L517 charges through the fresh snow at New Richmond.
January may be over but the cold and snow isn't. Today's L517 is making it's morning voyage to Minnesota at about the normal time.
Amidst the season's first snowfall train L516 pauses to make a pick-up at New Richmond siding.
IC was a standard cab hold out until the end. Their SD70s are still in service around the CN system and continue to contribute a little variety. A beautiful summer evening finds the 1033 cruising ... (more)