A TR4 cow-calf set is seen moving lite around the BRC's Clearing Yard. Thomas Szczesniak Jr. photo.
St.Paul Hump engine on its way home to Pigs Eye Yard. Check out the old bunk car to the right of the picture.
Twelve years earlier the 691AB was the assigned hump power at Milwaukee. Now the 691A sits alone at what is left of the Milwaukee Road's coach yard in Minneapolis. Since the advent of Amtrak seven... (more)
The Pigs Eye Yard Humper heading back to St.Paul after having some work done at West Milwaukee Shops. Milwaukee Road had the 690AB to 696AB hump engines at Bensenville/Milwaukee and St.Paul.
Poking its front end out at the Lacrosse,WI. round house is the Milwaukee 690. Apparently the once 690A cow/calf locomotive has lost its A-Unit designation and its B-Unit.
A rare BRC TR4A goes about the never-ending task of switching cars at Clearing.
Fresh from the Independent Locomotive Service shop in Holt, Minnesota Northern's cow-calf unit (formerly of the Belt Railway of Chicago #504) makes an appearance on the MNN Warroad Local. This pa... (more)
Minnesota Northern's famous cow/calf duo sits quietly at the curve north of Thief River Falls on a pleasant August morning. It looks as though the "0" in the unit's number has fallen off on the le... (more)
In 1996 this cow and calf set could be found working the Belt's Clearing Yard. Today they can be found a bit further north, in Crookston, MN on the Minnesota Northern.
The cow and calf shove hard as they move a cut of cars into the sugar plant in Crookston.
The last remaining BRC cow/calf set runs light into the sugar plant in Crookston.
MNN 910 & MNN 911, an ex-BRC cow/calf combo, sit quietly in the Minnestoa Northern Yard on a crisp but perfect evening.
An ex-BRC cow and calf sort cars at Crystal Sugar in Crookston.