A westbound stack train rushes across Lake Ashtabula on the former GN mainline behind two Warbonnet SD75s.
As the turbines spin in the background, a pair of GEs march west high above the Sheyenne River.
Priority intermodal flies across the Sheyenne River just west of Luverne as thunderstorms loom in the east.
A BNSF zipper runs like clockwork over the KO subdivision west of Fargo, ND. One obstacle, the Sheyenne River, is solved by a large steel bridge, much resembling the one about 20 miles south at V... (more)
While the Northern Pacific crossed the Sheyenne River on their massive bridge at Valley City, the Great Northern did the same with their own impressive structure some 25 miles north at Luverne. H... (more)
A fast westbound Z train crosses the upper end of Lake Ashtabula (formed by a dam on the Sheyenne River) on a fine summer evening.