The South Local's crew members kick back in their pair of cascade green SD40-2s while they wait for traffic to clear off of the Hillsboro subdivision.
A pair of Dash 9s tugs a manifest freight westward under Demers Avenue and around the curve into the yard.
What a sweet treat - a perfect combo of cascade green 60Ms leads a manifest freight westward into the yard with the dual-window variety in the lead.
A nice mix of power beginning with a Heritage I Dash 9 sits in the Grand Forks yard prior to heading onto the Hillsboro line with the freight for Dilworth, MN.
The conductor waves his arms as he guides the power for the M-GFDDIL back down onto the cars late in the day.
A manifest bound for Dilworth, MN, sits in the evening sun as it prepares to depart town while the yard light tower looms overhead.
Two switchers which have worked together for a while out of the Grand Forks yard roll past the University of North Dakota water tower and back toward the roundhouse after completing their work.
With the BNSF 2001 drained and dead in tow, the two cascade green geeps have quite a job in store for them. They will be the new power for the Noyes to Dilworth train, and are about to make a doub... (more)
Two endangered species meet as the Smiley water tower watches over a pair of cascade green SD40-2s on a work train. If things work out, Smiley will live on after being repainted on the new water t... (more)
A grain train bound for Argyle, MN, weaves its way out of the Grand Forks yard behind former ATSF 205, which is running all alone today.
A very rare visitor to the northern plains and a real standout in the yard, this Southern Belle ACe waits for its next assignment out of town.
Forced to enter the yard due to a grain train on the Passenger Main, Clay Boswell empties roll westward around the curve with a naked face MAC, BNSF's first SD75M, and a CITX SD70M-2 in charge.
The East Lead pulls out a cut of cars to sort. Why the autorack was present in this yard is unknown.
Thanks to MoW east of Dilworth, a detoured MERC coal train makes its way down a surprisingly empty west end of the Grand Forks yard behind a pair of GEVOs. The University of North Dakota's power ... (more)
A post-ATSF SD75M and an ex-BN SD60M lead the M-SUPMIN around the curve under Demers Avenue and toward the yard.