Led by UP's class SD60, a heavy train finally makes the grade on the Harriman Line, rejoining the Overland main at Tie Siding.
UP 6000 & 6754 are running wrong main with westbound empties.
Snow covers the Mississippi River farmland as evenly numbered UP 6000 pushes an empty coal train northward.
At a crossing that can only be defined as "Rural", a loaded sand train heads east towards Butler Yard.
A pair of SD60s working hard finally roll over their summit as they exit the Harriman Line onto the main tracks of the Overland Route.
Coal train passing waiting train since csx was using only one track
Some fall color still shows as U839 with coal from Colorado leaves West Virginia bound for Baltimore, Maryland.
The conductor is dumping out water from the ice bucket.
Number 6000 brings up the rear of a loaded coal train headed east under the old coaling tower in De Kalb.