Boy isn't very often you find a good looking CP GE. Here a loaded oil train head down river out of Dubuque with a 8920 on the rear end in DP. The signal in front of the unit is the distant approac... (more)
A pair of DME 40's are on the point of CP's 570 heading east through the small town of Wessington, about 30 miles from Huron, SD, where the train will change crews. DME 6094 is unique in sporting ... (more)
DME 6085 rests at Pierre as the lead motor on CP's 570. This motor started out as QNSL 206, then CP 5402 before arriving on the DME roster. Pierre is a crew change point for trains travelling on t... (more)
Yucca plant lines the Pink Lady ballast that helps support the 1939 forged stick rail that the Chicago & North Western Transportation Company laid nearly seven-and-a-half decades ago, which is sti... (more)
DME 4005 and 4001 have a short but heavy #570 in tow through one of the many sags on the PRC.
DM&E 6051 continues East at 10MPH, while cresting one of the many 1% grades on the ex-CNW trackage.
Thirty cars rock and roll at 10MPH on the 1930's CNW stick rail behind two veteran GP40's.
The true definition of desolate. Not a human in sight for 30 miles. Only hundreds of bolted together steel sticks, forged nearly a century ago and two SD40's running what could be their l... (more)
It's a hazy morning in Phillip, as 570 blasts off at a blistering 10mph after being recrewed in town.
A trio of ICE/DME motors waddle along past a long abandoned homestead in Bad River Valley.
Plenty of old CNW relics to be found along the PRC Sub from bridges to mile posts and town signs.
Eastbound Rapid City - Huron train creeps along the rolling hills of the South Dakota prairie. It will take them all day to travel about 60 miles at 10mph to Fort Pierre where a recrew will take o... (more)
A trio of blue 'n yellow SD40-2s pass one of the several "ghost" houses along the PRC Sub. This one is located along S. Creek Rd just east of Philip.
Eastbound Rapid City - Huron train switches the local elevator in Philip.