The UP Big Boy highballing on the BNSF Hinckley Sub at Cedar.
Big Boy 4014 makes for an impressive sight from any angle, but if I was going to make the effort to join the throngs of admirers trackside during its visit to Minnesota, I wanted to see it in the ... (more)
MILW 261 rolls through Henriette, MN on the first of two fall color excursions in October 2015. This trip was from Minneapolis to Superior on BNSF's Hinckley Sub. The next day, she traveled to Wil... (more)
The 261 Highballs south towards Minneapolis
MILW 261 rolls through Henriette, MN on the first of two fall color excursions this weekend. This trip was from Minneapolis to Superior on BNSF's Hinckley Sub. Tomorrow, she'll travel to Willmar o... (more)
The Great Pumpkin leads the daily Superior to Northtown mixed freight by Cambridge on a very cold afternoon.
The Milwaukee Road 261 slowly walks down the siding in Cambridge, preparing to meet a northbound BNSF freight. A small group of onlookers have gathered to witness it's passage, including the youn... (more)
The annual fall colors excursion once again heads south out of Duluth amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in eastern Minnesota. Here, just south of Grasston, MN, the 261 has its train in fu... (more)
The 261 quickly steps across the Snake River at Grasston, highballing out of a slow order and on toward a meet at Cambridge.
The Milwaukee Road 261 slowly pulls around the curve and under many adoring fans at Brook Park as it continues its trip back home to Minneapolis from Duluth.
The Superior to Northtown rolls through Cambridge on a warm April afternoon and is led by a former Burlington Northern SD40-2 and two fromer Iowa Interstate geeps.
The Milwaukee 261 rolls into Cambridge as the late afternoon shadows begin to take over.
Milwaukee 261 heads south through Braham with the return trip from Boylston to Minneapolis.
Milwaukee 261 heads south along the Hinckley Sub as the fall colors peak out on this perfect Autumn day.
Milwaukee 261 blasts south through the blazing fall colors along the Hinckley Sub on the return trip from Boylston. For as awesome as the color was for this chase, their were surprisingly very few... (more)