BN 714, former NP 6008D, enjoys some of its last days on BN property. The F7A was sold to Jos. Simon & Sons March 28, 1973. However, BN 714 lived on as a number, replaced by former SP&S no. 803.
Amtrak’s eastbound Empire Builder has just departed St. Paul, Minnesota, and is now negotiating trackage through Division Street on June 10, 2016.
CP 5734 leads a trio of SD40-2's on a coal train at Hoffmann Avenue in October of 1992. CP power was still somewhat uncommon at this time.
A pair of SD30C-ECO units mate with an AC4400CW on a freight arriving at Pigs Eye Yard in St. Paul, MN. The building behind the train is part of the locomotive shop facilities.
UP 2767 departs Hoffman Ave. Yard and heads north along Dayton Bluff as it begins its trip via BNSF trackage rights to Itasca (Superior), WI. This trackage is shared by BNSF, CP, UP and Amtrak.
Shades of red at St. Paul. The important CP locomotive shop at Pigs Eye Yard in St. Paul is always a place to find interesting power. This view features a rare "clam shell" Action Red SD... (more)
BN 608, a former Great Nothern freight F7A, sits in the back storage area in the company of a couple other X-GN & NP Fs at Dale Street Shops. The shop was a major repair shop for Great Northern fo... (more)
LTB82 makes its way towards Western Avenue behind a nice pair of SD40Ns.
A pair of older EMDs are in charge of today's BNCP Transfer through Union Jct. The train is taking the cutoff from the Midway Sub due to congestion on the St. Paul Sub.
CP 5034 rolls a freight around the engine shops and into Pigs Eye Yard at St. Paul, MN on a nice November day. This gives a good comparison between new red and older action red, as well as the new... (more)
BNSF 8016 leads BLUDIL west past Hoffman Ave as UP 4014 approaches.
AC44C6M NS 4002 with coke loads pulls into the UP South St Paul yard.
Amtrak's Salute to America's Veterans poses on track 3 at St. Paul Union Depot for Train Day.
A beautiful Saturday morning up on Dayton's Bluff.
MILW 204 and mates are ready for action at Pigs Eye Yard, St. Paul, MN in October 1982. By this time they no longer plied the West Coast extension to Tacoma, WA.