A southbound (eastbound) Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western coal train passes a small dam on Painted Woods Creek just west of Merida, North Dakota, on August 28, 2018. DMVW SD50F Nos. 5454 and 5418... (more)
Trundling along the shore of a prairie lake on August 28, 2018, a southbound Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western coal train gets underway after departing Coal Creek Junction passing through Falkirk,... (more)
Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western’s coal train crosses the bridge over Turtle Creek between Washburn and Merida, North Dakota, on August 28, 2018.
A Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western coal train climbs up the horseshoe curve through Lost Lake National Wildlife Refuge just south (east) of Merida, North Dakota, on August 28, 2018. DMVW SD50F No... (more)
A Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western coal train arrives at Washburn, North Dakota, on August 28, 2018. DMVW EMD SD50F Nos. 5454 and 5418 power the train of DMVX hoppers specially-equipped with cove... (more)
The Max local heads back towards Bismarck as they past thru the small town of Cole Harbour along highway 83. This was the only really scheduled road train that worked on Monday was this local to M... (more)
A pair of SD50F's handle a 50 car coal train past a spillway on Painted Woods Creek south of Washburn.
After spending the night shutdown on the Falkirk house track, this four unit light power set is fired up and runs the short distance to the Coal Creek Station spur. There, the two non cowl units ... (more)
Having loaded 50 cars of coal at Great River Energy's Coal Creek Station a bit earlier in the afternoon, the train is now coming thru Washburn on its way to the Spiritwood ND power plant.
Rocking and rolling on former Soo Line rails, two SD50F's have the Max Wayfreight at 10MPH, heading South through Washburn on a warm Spring afternoon.
DMVW's Max Wayfreight returns South towards Bismarck, passing one of the many iconic "Prairie Skyscrapers" on the line.
Two SD50F's of Canadian National heritage lead a short wayfreight into Wilton, crossing a county road that could use some more blade work.
A sparkling clean SD50F crosses a small creek just North of Baldwin.
A lone tree stands by the ex Soo Line tracks, while the DMVW wayfreight from Max trundles along at 10MPH.