CN 5622 eases an empty sand train around the corner and off the BNSF as it slows to a stop for a crew change. A CN road crew will take over here and head the train south on CN's Wisconsin mainline... (more)
One of the few remaining BC Cowls still in red, white, and blue snakes under the Saunders flyover with a CN SD70 type and former Erie Mining F9A 4214 on the extreme north end of CN's Superior Sub
CNW 6869 has left the BN mainline at Saunders WI and it heading east towards its yard in South Itasca in September of 1993.
CNW 6820 passes a MOW front end loader as it heads on to the BN at Saunders, WI in May of 1986. The train will use trackage rights to the Twin Cities. Note the train orders on a pole attached to a... (more)
CN 5622 and an ACe mate up to pick up a sand train at Saunders, WI from the BNSF. This appeared to be an empty and was heading down the interchange track to head east/south towards Ladysmith, WI.
BN 7813 heads north past the tower in Saunders, WI in May of 1986.
Although mostly know for their ore trains, the Missabe did haul some regular freight. Here we see a transfer run coming thru Saunders, WI in May of 1986. Love the sound of those 1st Gen EMDs!
Hose her down. Companion picture to #595237 but from the opposite side. A minor derailment has resulted in the hopper landing on a propane tank. They need to burn off the propane before moving the... (more)
A minor derailment at Saunders turned into something more as the airslide hopper landed on a propane tank. The flame is from the crews burning off the propane before they try re-railing the cars.
BN 9232 leads an empty ore train towards the junction at Saunders in October of 1994.
DMIR 165 leads a quartet of SDs that represent examples of each type of first generation SD they purchased. No. 165 is a relatively rare Phase IV SD9, using a carbody similar to an SD18. The next ... (more)
CN 2167 and 7 other locomotives rolls over the ex-Missabe bridge just east of Saunders, WI.
Busy times at Saunders A C&NW train pulls up to the signals by the Wis. Hwy. 35 overpass and stops. Then a Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range transfer freight pulls up and and backs into th... (more)
Expecting BNSF and got CN. Hard to escape the mighty CN in the Twin Ports. Apparently Two Harbors is full so some Minntac taconite loads are being brought to Allouez instead.