On a beautiful calm 73-degree summer evening the Duluth Transfer makes its way across a former NP swing span on the St. Louis River. This bridge is well over 100 years old.
A nice pair of BNSF geeps (GP40-2 3004 is the other) shove cars into the recycled paper section of the Duluth Mill on a beautiful summer evening.
A freshly painted BNSF geep rocks through terminal trackage as a deer watches. The Globe elevator in the distance is in the process of being dismantled.
The westbound Watertown Local works its way across the eastern South Dakota countryside between Stockholm and South Shore behind three Cascade Green GPs.
Straining hard with sand flying, this pair of geeps pulls a heavy cut on a tranfer run from Duluth to Superior
Three rebuilt EMDs lead the westbound Watertown local across the undulating track just west of South Shore. It's always nice to see a solid set of Cascade Green units.
Three green geeps are still in charge of the Watertown Local as they head west at Stockholm. In their twice weekly trek to Watertown, the train traverses three different BNSF subdivisions.
The Clinton local waits at North LeClaire because of a pull-a-part at Pleasent Valley.