Burlington Northern Santa Fe train 144 hustles past the Trempealeau Marina along the Mississippi River at Trempealeau, Wisconsin, on June 15, 1996. Almost looking like a BN train, the Santa Fe EMD... (more)
A climb up a tall bluff called Trempealeau Mountain just north of Trempealeau, Wisconsin, yields this vista of the Upper Mississippi River valley and part of Burlington Northern’s long causeway ... (more)
After gridlocking the railroad picking up the Geep on the single track at East Winona, he will do it again setting it out just up the road at Mears while MOW has the other track OOS.
A relatively rare "Heritage 2" painted GEVO leads 53 autoracks down the mighty Mississippi. The buildings of Winona, MN can be seen almost 9 miles up-river.
Company ballast in Georgetown Rail Equipment's conveyor connected GREX DumpTrain passes the statue of James Allen Reed. Reed established a trading post & inn here known as "James Reed's Land... (more)
Reflections of the way things used to be... when Heritage 2 painted C44-9W's ruled the BNSF.
A climb up a tall bluff at Trempealeau, Wisconsin, yields this view of the Mississippi River valley and Burlington Northern’s long causeway just east of Winona, Minnesota. On the morning of June... (more)
BN 3152 hustles a piggyback train along the Mississippi River at Trempealeau, WI in October of 1991.
The sun sets on the distant city of Winona, Minnesota as BNSF oil loads sprint down the Mississippi River.
A southbound unit train rolls pass the small town of Trempealeau on a snowy evening. Trempealeau is located between Winona and La Crosse along the Mississippi River.
On April 27, 1996, a BNSF manifest freight led by a pair of Santa Fe GE's and two Burlington Northern motors, crosses the causeway along the Mississippi River north of Trempealeau, WI. That's Wino... (more)
After waiting at the marina access crossing for about 30 minutes for rail traffic to clear up, BNSF 4835 proceeds north (railroad west) through the small river community of Trempealeau.
Ten minutes after sunset, a BNSF eastbound rounds the bend at Trempealeau on the Mississippi River.
A pre-dawn hike up Brady's Bluff outside Trempealeau, WI yielded 9 trains in one hour. In this shot a BNSF coal train is pacing the CP freight visable across the river.