The eastbound M-NTWNOY waits in the Fisher siding on the right as the Cass Lake local rockets westward through town.
I could dream of all swoosh logos just peeling away like this one. ;-)
Another fresh coat of paint was applied and scarred - the "B" in the swoosh logo on BNSF 2032's nose did not last very long. The Cass Lake Local, today referred to as a "key train", rolls slowly t... (more)
A rare variation of the GP28 and a cascade green cousin lead the Cass Lake Local westward through downtown East Grand Forks right behind the City Job.
With nothing more than a lousy eight-car local today, I decided I had to try something different.
After the Mill Job clears the way, the Cass Lake Local heads eastward over the rain-swollen Red River to meet a westbound grain train at Fisher and then continue its journey into lakes country.
After spending the entire morning in the Grand Forks yard due to air pressure issues, the Cass Lake Local accelerates through East Grand Forks with a nice set of whiteface BN geeps leading the way... (more)
Late in the day, the Cass Lake local heads west en route back to Grand Forks.
The glow of a winter sunrise illuminates the daily Cass Lake local as it heads for work at Crookston, Mentor, and points east.