West of Benson, the Morris sub still has lots of great old code line and old signals, which made for a nice match up with this new GE on the H-GFDBRC west of town.
Behind a classy leader, the daily H-GFDBRC has only 2,800 ft of train in tow as it heads east for Willmar.
It's all BNSF orange on a sweeping curve between Herman and Donnelly. I'm on a bit of a telegraph pole kick lately I guess, so I'm happy they were still standing out here.
A monster manifest kicks out a lot of smoke and heat as it struggles to get up to track speed after meeting a load at Campbell. In the distance, you can see the DPU of the westbound grain load on... (more)
The crew was earning their paycheck today as they head east with 147 cars for Willmar and Chicago. The tail end of the train is still rolling through the center of Morris, which is about a mile a... (more)
Manifest from Grand Forks, ND has finally returned to the Morris sub after almost of year on the Staples Sub.
Priority merchandise from Grand Forks, ND has the dynamics howling as it passes through Morris on a sunny deer opener.
A rare sight pokes through the frosty sunrise leading the daily merchandise train from Grand Forks into Morris.
High priority merchandise from Grand Forks, ND cruises past the old telegraph poles east of Morris.
Though this area of MN still needs the rain, the corn is head high next to the passing Grand Forks-BRC.
Good to see an old Santa Fe EMD back in service in second position on today's Grand Forks-BRC.
A pair of GEs leads Belt Railway bound merchandise onto the east leg of the wye toward the Hillsboro line late in the day.
With the spring thaw well underway, merchandise for the Belt Railway of Chicago passes Lake Minnetonka.
The daily Grand Forks - BRC heads east behind NS, CN. and IC power.
Blowing snow caused a little haze this morning as the daily merchandise train works toward Willmar.