With a big block of UPS containers up front, BNSF ES44C4 8262 heads into Ludlow on the point of the hot Z LACWSP9 10.
For some reason train #65 out of Chicago would get alot of the 1st trips for the new power. Back on March 1996, train 65 blast thru Mount Pleasant with a pair of new SD75's heading for Lincoln, NE... (more)
A fairly new ES44C4 and four other units sit on the siding with a rock train at Kerkhoven.
A rough count has 90 plus locomotives stored in the usual place at Northtown Yard. Roughly 40 SD60's contrast the orange with their blue EMD paint. Northtown was the only place in the Twin Cities... (more)
The daily Grand Forks - Belt Railway high priority manifest departs the yard and hits the east leg of the wye for the Hillsboro Sub.
EMD Elephants snake coal loads east through Crookston on a beautiful Easter Sunday evening. More info, videos, and discussion at Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD75MLocation: Crookston, Minnesota, USALocomotive #: BNSF 8262Train ID: C-DKMCOBPhoto Date: March 24, 2008
Empty dock train for Keewatin Taconite departs Superior for the mine and splits the signals at milepost 15.9 on the Lakes Subdivision.
Clay Boswell coal empties head south on the Hillsboro Subdivision.
A repainted SD75M rounds the east leg of the wye toward F.O. Switch in nice evening light.
Clay Boswell coal empties swing onto the east leg of the wye for the run to Hillsboro, where they will meet the M-DILGFD.
A typical scene unfolds at the Watts crew change point as one eastbound loaded coal train leapfrogs another while also holding up a westbound manifest.