Various BNSF and leased power sits at GM yard in Hodgkins.
Late in the day, a pair of clean GP39-3s arrive at Attebury Grain with a local from North Yard.
Close to sunset, a pair of BNSF geeps pushes a string of tank cars into the industrial tracks in front of Attebury Grain's huge elevator. The facility lies along BNSF's Wichita Falls Sub.
A matched pair of H1 GP's are heavy on the throttle as they pull a local across the Seattle Sub on a nice October afternoon.
A sixteen car South Local has just cleared its warrant on the Hillsboro line as it finishes its return trip home from American Crystal Sugar at Redco.
Just after sunrise, a trio of geeps leads the Noyes Local/Winnipeg Turn eastward over the Red River of the North between Grand Forks, ND, and East Grand Forks, MN.
Here's some northern plains railfan math: Fresh, Loose Snow + 15-to-20 knot North Wind + Eastbound Train at Track Speed = A Makeshift Blizzard and a Snow-covered Photographer on the Southside of t... (more)
The Winnipeg Turn (also known as the Noyes Local) leaves North Dakota and enters Minnesota on a bitter cold morning behind a trio of H1 Geeps. Temps were -18°F with wind chills down to about -47°... (more)
With their day almost complete, two geeps lead the South Local along the east leg of the wye and then toward the Grand Forks yard.