A grungy EMD SD60 leads baretables south through Thompson on a pleasant spring day. This is North Dakota's 500th photo on RP.net!
Daily GFD to NTW manifest rolls south into Thompson. The only blue remaining from the original GM nose herald clings to life on the lower right-hand side under the foot step.
I've always been a fan of the Oakways, and an even bigger fan when I see the GM herald as intact as this one is. Southbound baretable train breezes through Thompson.
85 carloads of grain are pushed out of the siding at the huge shuttle loading grain facility in Thompson.
Power that is typically seen on northern plains coal is up front on today's daily Grand Forks, ND - Northtown, MN manifest as it storms into Thompson. Looks like the conductor was catching up on ... (more)
Roaring south on a sunny and unseasonably warm afternoon, BNSF 8206 leads empty coal past the grain facilities in Thompson.
A CN Noodle, a rarity in these parts, fronts the daily Grand Forks - Northtown manifest south on the Hillsboro Sub shortly after sunrise.
Empty coal blasts though Thompson with BNSF's final (and dirty) SD75I.
BNSF 7135 looks a little weird when viewed through a telephoto lens pulling a long string of baretables south on the Hillsboro Sub. Learn more at Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Thompson, North Dakota, USALocomotive #: BNSF 7135Train ID: B-GFD???Photo Date: March 26, 2006
A more and more familiar scene up here: baretables. With a load on the main, BNSF 7135 hooks up to more baretables on the siding in the tiny town of Thompson.
After clearing some malfunctioning signals, BNSF 9284 is up to track speed as he roars coal empties south through Thompson.
More stacks south on the Hillsboro Sub right on the heels of another. Not sure how long stacks routed Minot-Grand Forks-Fargo are going to last...but I like it!
One of at least two double stacks routed Minot-Grand Forks-Fargo this afternoon seen here blitzing through the tiny town of Thompson.