An oil train on the BNSF Moorehead Sub approaches Wahpeton ND/Breckenridge MN where it will use trackage rights over the Red River Valley & Western RR until entering the BNSF Morris Sub at CP 212 ... (more)
A pair of GP20C's in sequential order, 2052/2051, tow a string of 29 tank cars.
The 'Breck' local with eleven cars coming into town.
My second empty grain train of the day curves into Wahpeton, North Dakota. It's not apparent from the photograph, but all the track visible actually belongs to the Red River Valley & Western. Th... (more)
Two SW1200's and two dozen tank cars are headed east to Breckenridge MN on BNSF trackage rights.
After switching a couple of local industries, this set of SW1200's bring back a healthy cut of cars to RRVW's yard in Breckenridge for classification.
A loaded oil train out of the Bakken Formation comes around a sweeping curve into Wahpeton ND. The track in the foreground is Red River Valley & Western RR former NP line to Casselton/Oakes ND.
A 107 car RRVW freight from Edgeley, ND is a few miles from terminating at Breckinridge, MN. RRVW 2005 honors Charles H. Clay, a long time Soo Line employee and one of two owners of the RRVW.
A RRVW job to switch industries on the north side of Wahpeton, ND heads back to the yard in Breckenridge, MN.
Better known as the "Breck Local", the crew is waiting for a dinner delivery before proceeding north while a farmer plows his field.
A BNSF empty hopper train heads back to Spring Creek Mine on the old Great Northern while RRVW shuttle train CABR 06 waits it's turn into Breckinridge, MN.
After switching out Minn-Dak Farmers Coop just over the border, a perfect set of SW1200 switchers return to Breckenridge with 48 cars.
After dropping their train for the Red River Valley & Western, they attach their caboose and head back with cars for the BNSF at Dilworth, MN. Here, they're heading back to home rails with RRVW's ... (more)
A sharp pair of GPs return to Minnesota after switching the local industries across the border in North Dakota.
Two RRVW geeps head back to Breckenridge, Mn with a short cut of hoppers and tanks.