The fresh red paint on this ECO stands out as it leads train 482 south on BNSF's Hinckley Subdivision. This train originated at CP's Stinson Yard in Superior, Wisconsin and will terminate in the T... (more)
The rock in the foreground shows why this town is called Sandstone. A large quarry once stood at this site, served by the Great Northern.
A fairly new GE leads five veteran EMD units south towards Northtown.
Three leased ex-Iowa Interstate geeps power this BNSF local south towards Minneapolis.
An empty all-rail ore train is just south of Superior as it heads for the yard at Allouez. This train will load at Magenation on Minnesota's Mesabi Iron Range and then head for a Mexican steel mil... (more)
A northbound CP train briefly finds sunshine as it rolls towards Superior, Wisconsin from Minneapolis.
Milwaukee 261 rolls north past a former Great Northern depot in Askov.
261 rolls up to the north end of Cambridge siding for servicing.
261 is underway again after having paused briefly for the conductor to line the train into the siding at Cambridge, Minnesota.
For "National Train Day", Friends Of The 261 operated their reborn steamer to Duluth. This is the return train to Minneapolis.
On a day that saw everything from wind, rain, driving snow, and full sun, Milwaukee Road 261 steams around the curve a Brook Park in the clouds.
Train 377 rolls into Sandstone with empty grain cars headed for Humboldt Yard in Minneapolis.
261 rolls south through Isanti past the grain elevator with an excursion train from Duluth. The elevator was torn down not long after this photo was taken.