with around 18" of snow in the past week here in the Twin Ports the BNSF has dug out Snow Dozer 940022 and has it ready to start plowing the yards, starting here in Superior.
A lone SD40-2 is seemingly swallowed by freight cars in BNSF's primary Twin Ports yard.
An interesting BNSF switch job pauses by the yard office as freezing rain falls. It was likely headed to the car shop area, the normal summer home for the snow dozer.
Local power rests at 28th Street while section crews clear switches after a 10-inch snowfall the night before.
I'm afraid he will need more than a switch broom after two feet of snow hit the Twin Ports this week.
A nice set of H1 geeps rests at the yard on a pleasant Sunday evening.
A late winter storm makes things difficult for operations in the Twin Ports.
A switch crew goes about their work as a late season storm ramps up. The deer in the distance is looking for a dinner of spilled grain.
A newcomer to the Twin Ports, #2264 still has its class lights! Switching out the yard.
Superior was a Burlington Northern town, and still is.
Pretty nice power set of a former CB&Q GP35 and NP GP9.
Remote yard job passes solar panels used for switches.
An ex-Santa Fe GP40X awaits its next job in Superior.
After dumping at Midwest Energy, an empty BNSF coal train lumbers up the tracks and prepares to head back west.
A pair of loaded coal trains wait in the snow for their turn to unload at Midwest Energy.