261 ran with a fairly clean stack MOST of the time...
Fall Colors are really in effect during the Fall Colors special. What looks like sensor dust is actually leaves swirling to the ground....as well as those being kicked up along the rails.
BNSF 1869 sits on the point of the Hinckley Local in the Brook Park as it waits for the Milwaukee Road 261 to pass.
Milwaukee Road 261 leading the Fall Colors Special South passes BNSF 1869 on the Hinckley Local.
261 is leaving the Hinckley Sub at Boylston and will soon be in downtown Superior, Wisconsin, as it makes its way towards the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
Assigned to BNSF's Hinckley Local, this one-time Southern Pacific SD45 is preparing to shove cars into the St. Croix Valley's interchange track at Hinckley.
MILW 261 Leading the Fall Colors special in Cambridge, MN.
MILW 261 Leading the Fall Colors special south of Brook Park, MN.
Milwaukee Road 261 and it's Tender gleam in the setting sun as it leads the Fall Colors Excursion from Duluth to Minneapolis.
Milwaukee Road 261 and the Fall Colors Excursion consist gleam in the setting sun in Northern Minnesota.
A pair of NS EMDs lead BNSF's Galesburg to Superior train near its terminus. Plenty of NS units on BNSF and CN, now if we could just get some NS Heritage action in the Twin Ports.
A nice trio of blue and gold SD40-2s lead CP train 482 from Superior (WI) to St. Paul over BNSF's Hinckley subdivision. The train is rolling across the Kettle River.
A very close call. A southbound UP freight running over BNSF's Hinckley Subdivision from Superior to Minneapolis escaped major damage when this wheelset on a loaded tanker six cars back from the p... (more)