This loaded coal train from the North Antelope Mine in Wyoming is back on the move east after meeting two trains in Morris.
Close on the tail of the Grand Forks - BRC is this loaded coal train for Xcel Energy with a nice new EMD as the lead unit.
This loaded unit coal train must have found some snow out west on it's way to unload at Xcel in the Twin Cities.
If you look closely, you can see the local in the siding as three EMDs power up on coal loads after the meet.
Cruising east through the frozen prairie. It's a crisp -15 degrees this morning, and that's without the windchill...
Coal loads bound for Xcel Energy's plants in the Twin Cities cruise through Morris on a very cold, yet beautiful day.
Triple Oakways make easy work of their train this morning. Loaded Unit Coal - North Antelope Mine, WY - Twin Cities, MN.
There was a traffic jam at the wye. This train is leaving the Wayzata sub to enter the Midway sub.
Climbing the hill out of Morris at notch 8. Loaded Unit Coal - North Antelope Mine, WY - Twin Cities, MN.
With a couple Oakway units to boot. Loaded Unit Coal - North Antelope Mine, WY - Twin Cities, MN.
Loaded Unit Coal - North Antelope Mine, WY - Twin Cities, MN.