Milwaukee Road 261 on it's return trip from Milwaukee enters Saint Paul flying a skull and cross bones flag.
The Milwaukee Road 261 crosses the water on one of only three exsisting railroad lift bridges traversing the Mississippi on its way to Milwaukee.
UP 4694, UP 4844 and CP 5609 run along the Mississippi in downtown St Paul.
CP 8275 trucking a flatbed of new looking trucks
United Way special unit UP 3300 sits in the setting sun in the UP Valley Park yard.
Lots of UP power waiting for work.
Duluth & Iron Range #3 built in 1883 purchased by the D&IR for $9,750.00. The engine was shipped to Two Harbors from Duluth, MN because until December 1886 there was no rail connection with the ou... (more)
The Stars and Stripes flies in the window of the car originally known as the Great Northern 9021. Now it is used regularly on the O&StCV Railway for first class, dinner trains, pizza trains, movi... (more)
Milwaukee Road 261 throttles up after exiting the CP's Pigs Eye yard and the smoke partially obscures the Amtrak GE P42DC #74 and the nine passenger cars in tow.
Amtrak Empire Builder heads south along the Mississippi on its way to Milwaukee. The capital city of Saint Paul can be seen in the right of the photo.
TCWR 3516 pulls a coal load along Childs Road. These are among the cleanest engines in the Twin Cities. Notice the broom!
As the sun sets over Minneapolis BNSF 3048 sits in the fresh snow with several other engines that haven't seen much use lately
Four Cat Powered Diesel Geeps pull a load into Pig's Eye Yard.
Soo 1551 switcher works in the Pigs Eye yard. You can see the Milwaukee Road paint and colors through the fading paint.
Amtrak Empire Builder crosses the Mississippi on the old Milwaukee Road lift bridge in Hastings Minnesota.