In a perfectly timed meet, an eastbound coal train pounds upgrade behind a pair of SD70MACs as the DPU of a westbound manifest passes on main 1.
A westbound empty hopper train enters the curve at Lake Park.
Four locomotives lean into the curve at Lake Park with a westbound Z.
With a westbound stack train rolling down main 1, an eastbound stacker climbs upgrade on main 2.
The eastbound local rolls into Lake Park on a nice summer morning.
With the sun just over the hill at my back, an eastbound manifest climbs the hill and around the curve into Lake Park.
An eastbound ballast train rolls into Lake Park with a locomotive at either end.
CP 293 is one of numerous movements that are currently detouring over BNSF between Saint Paul, MN, and Minot, ND. Heavy rain has caused washouts and a derailment at Kensal, ND, forcing the reroute... (more)
Eastbound coal loads are struggling to pull out of the Red River Valley as the DPU shoves hard on the rear.
The Empire Builder flies through Lake Park almost 6 hours behind schedule as high water and slow track continue to plague its schedule on a daily basis.
A very late eastbound Empire Builder is not making the most out of the open track ahead of it as it crawls around the curve at Lake Park.
After the passage of a very late eastbound Empire Builder, action on the Staples Sub intensifies as an eastbound intermodal train rounds the S-curve on the west side of Lake Park.
A westbound grain train slides through the big curve in downtown Lake Park behind a pair of GEs. Always nice to get a whistle from the crew at this spot and these guys were happy to provide one.
A trio of GEs are close on the tail of coal loads as they swing through the curves in Lake Park, MN on a hazy morning.