SOO 4443 and DME 4005 bring a line of tankers through the Hastings rail yard.
Northbound local out of Davenport crossed the Bud Creek on its way to Sabula. SOO geeps are alive and well around the Quad Cities area running back n forth on locals 24/7.
A local freight runs past B17 tower with a couple of GP38-2's on the point. A somber looking dwarf signal protects the yard lead where once Milwaukee units graced the rails.
SOO GP38-2's leads a BRC Clearing Yard to Bensenville Yard job through the Chicago Clearing neighborhood just west of Midway Airport on a nice crisp fall morning.
A scene that will soon be extinct: the Ford Motor Company announced that the official closing date for the St. Paul Ford Ranger Plant is December 19, 2011. On a quite Sunday morning, the Ford Yar... (more)
Four older EMD's soak up the rays on a hot and humid North Dakota day; the leader being of Soo Line heritage and the third being an ex-GP40X. Now only if I could get these guys to actually run som... (more)
One of two jobs working to keep the New Town sub clear. The Russell should continue to operate for the next two days. The 900186 was beefed up this summer at R M Johnson Railcar in Kimball, MN.
My only orange on Halloween was this faded ex-Milwaukee Road unit meeting a BN job under the CN ore docks in Duluth.
Canadian Pacific's roadswitcher out of La Crosse heads for its next stop in Red Wing behind a pair of Soo Line GPs.
A view of the bridge to Duluth from the cab of SOO 4443.
A pair of Soo GP38-2s arrive in Duluth with a transfer from Stinson Yard in Superior.
A full SOO consists of GP38-2's, numbered 4443 & 4442, lead a unit hopper train as it crests a minor hill in Wisconsin Dells WI.
The La Crosse, WI - Portage, WI Road Switcher leaves the yard and heads east to start the day. (Canon EOS20D, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM)
This lashup is being used as local power in Winona.