Local power slumbers under the stars in Rochelle.
This ballast train had been tied-up since the previous afternoon, but was now posing in morning sunlight for a photo. Nice selection of power.
An EMD leasor and a Santa Fe bluebonnet head north into the yard with a freight. They would return south an hour and a half later after doing some work.
The South Local accelerates out of Grand Forks running a bit late with a nice bluebird leading the way.
An Oakway leads a manifest east down into the Red River Valley. The last two units are FURX SD40-2s which were dead in town; I'm guessing the lease has expired on them and they're heading back to... (more)
A mighty Oakway leads a sister SD60M and the Dilworth, MN - Grand Forks, ND manifest north over the drainage ditch at MP 97.
Roger the Locomotive Engineer sits and waits for clearance to cross the Fraser River bridge riding a not so clean SD60.
Two EMDX leasers sit at Eleventh Street while the lead motor, NS 6694, is turned on the wye.
Oakway SD60 9077 leads a colorful lashup with a westbound along the Columbia River between North Dalles and Lyle.
The conductor kicks back as the M-SUPMIN slings westbound around the curve and into Larimore on a pleasant afternoon in eastern North Dakota. This train has seen an increase in its use of Oakways... (more)
A pair of Oakways pull a 362-axle Superior, WI - Minot, ND manifest west across the frozen praries of eastern North Dakota. More info at Railroad: General Motors Locomotive Group (EMDX)Locomotive: EMD SD60Location: Emerado, North Dakota, USALocomotive #: EMDX 9069Train ID: M-SUPMINPhoto Date: January 04, 2008
Close-up of the left side of the ACE demonstrator at the Deramus Shops.
Shining like a new penny, EMDX 2818 is on the point of the 98J work train at Devon.
Coal loads roll east past American Crystal Sugar and the parked city job waiting on the siding. It had to wait for these coal loads and the Winnipeg Turn to pass before it could continue its work.
Eastbound Clay Boswell coal loads roll across the Red River into Minnesota.