Two leased SD40-2s, one CEFX and one NREX, lead a ribbon rail train across the steel trestle east of Hoffman, MN.
Led by two SD40-2s, the Elbow Lake Sub wayfreight crosses the bridge east of Hoffman near the end of a gorgeous December day.
In late afternoon light, a lone GE leads a westbound train across the steel bridge east of Hoffman, MN.
After finishing up a 4 train meet back in town, a very rare(for the area) FXE GEVO has its crude oil train in a race against a motorcycle on the adjacent highway 55 outside of Hoffman, Minnesota.
An eastbound CP train cuts through the rolling farmland east of Hoffman, crossing the large steel bridge over the Chippewa River.
An AC4400 and an SD40-2 lead a westbound across the steel bridge east of Hoffman, MN on a breezy late summer day.
With a long crude oil train in tow, a mix matched set of foreign power heads east for Glenwood. This is only the second time I've caught a Ferromex unit in Minnesota and this seemed like a perfec... (more)
The leader of the pack in this parade to Glenwood is this long manifest behind five locomotives. Hard to tell if all five were running, but they sure filled up the big trestle east of Hoffman nic... (more)
After waiting at the siding in Hoffman for three trains, including their westbound counterpart, a priority Vancouver to Chicago intermodal train gets underway toward its next crew change in Glenwo... (more)
After meeting a westbound at Hoffman, CP train 372 tugs hard on its long string of grain loads as it heads for Glenwood.
Having completed a meet at Hoffman, train 298 is beginning the home stretch to Glenwood Yard as it crosses the steel bridge east of town. A few splashes of green remain in the sea of brown that w... (more)
Three different models of locomotive tug hard on a manifest train heading for Glenwood.
A set of GE twins head east after meeting a short 497 at Hoffman.
A load ballast train, with an all EMD consist, crawls through the siding next to the eastbound 298.
A pair of EMDs fly west over the large steel trestle just east of Hoffman.