The TCWR's St. Paul Turn heads up Short Line Hill, passing the griswolds at Oneida St. A scene that's played out for several years but is coming to an end with new signal bases in.
The TC&W and their CAT Diesel Power swing in front of the Minnesota Commercial headquarters and hit the throttle on the way to interchange with the CP at Pig's Eye Yard in St. Paul.
Slowly creeping towards Pig's Eye Yard a mix of power leads today's St. Paul Turn.
TC&W's recently acquired GP39-2's make a set out at Western Avenue for the UP. The units are ex. Kennecott Copper units. Notice the high fuel tank and chopped cab.
With their work in UP's Western Ave yard done, the TCWR heads for Hoffman and the CP.
Former demonstrator 3516 sits with leased CP 1513 and RRVW 4106 as the crew waits for the light to get on to the Wayzata Sub. The 261 steam shop is nearby and one of their former NJT cars in the ... (more)
Three CATS and a GEEP. Four units (2 GP20Cs, a GP10 and a GP30C) pull this long westbound TC&W St. Paul Turn up the hill on this designated DINA. Consist was mostly empty ethanol an... (more)
Three different locomotive models, GP20C 2004, the new ILSX GP39-2 1389, and GP30C 4300, wait for their track warrent out of the yard