There are numerous wooden overpasses that can be used to frame trains over the Adams sub. Here's one I've been wanting to get.
A westbound Union Pacific manifest has just began its journey west towards minnesota.
The MBUVP pulls it's train through the Wisconsin countryside lit by a late evening sun.
MBUVP (Bulter - Valley Park) rolls past downtown Saint Paul along side the Mississippi River. Second unit is patched ex. CNW 8577.
Widecabs have finally bumped the EMD SD40-2s on what was until recently a spartan-cab stronghold, the ex-CNW Adams sub.
MBUVP heads through the small town of Elk Mound elephant style. They'll go into the hole at Ajax behind LTS61 to meet detouring MCBPR.
The snowmobile trails will soon green up and become meadows as the UP manifest heads past. The 4-axle power tucked in behind the GE's is freshly serviced and will be set out enroute, probably at ... (more)
UP 1995 nears a crew change at Adams yard.
CNW Heritage basks in the warm sunlight of a late October afternoon, nearing Grand Marsh.
CNW Heritage rolls under the coal tower at Clyman Junction.
The Butler-Valley Park manifest crosses the Chippewa River in late evening light.
MBUVP lead by CNW 8701 takes the west main while MVPPR takes the east main at Altoona.
CNW 8701 leads MBUVP past the mill at Elk Mound.
MBUVP is in the company notch as they work their way up Knapp Hill. Consist included two CNW patched SD40-2's and one patched SP GP40-2.