A one of a kind locomotive leads a one of a kind lashup near Northtown Yard.
The famous "Barf Bonnet" leads an empty coal train west of Randall, Minnesota. Since this photo was taken, the 9647 has been reapainted into BNSF's swoosh scheme.
The day started out slow, very slow. We didnt find a train for over 2 hours and then decided to head to CP's River Sub. Little did we know that our luck was about to change when we found out that ... (more)
A rare unpatched SP unit leads a crude oil train east at Loretto, Mn.
A vintage unit for the Minnesota Commercial moves some coil cars around in Fridley, MN.
Since SOO only aquired 5 of these wide cab SD60M's, catching one leading is quite rare. Here one brings a rock train toward Glenwood Yard.
The CP/BN transfer has finished their work at BNSF's Northtown yard, and head back to St. Paul behind SOO 6058 and CP 6066
The Great Pumpkin leads the daily Superior to Northtown mixed freight by Cambridge on a very cold afternoon.
A sweet EMD consist rounds the curve east of Buffalo Siding. I was shocked to see this train led by a SD40-2 followed by a MP15AC then a SOO SD60 and a SOO geep. For those that are curious about t... (more)
The NLR Shoves cars out west on the spur to St. Joseph, MN. The line used to be GN's main line between St. Cloud and Fargo.
The Humboldt Avenue Transfer (HAT) arrives back at Humboldt Yard after completing its work at CP's Pigs Eye Yard in St. Paul with a pair of Soo Line Candy Apple SD60s. Conductor T.J. rides on the ... (more)
It's not to often CSXT units come around on this part, but its always a fun catch when they do. Especially in a blizzard. Check out the headlight snot! Welcome to Minnesota!
SOO 6060 sits in the siding at South Haven while waiting on a westbound during a blizzard
Minnesota's first snow storm of the year and an awesome EMD consist takes the siding at South Haven led by SOO 6052, with SOO 1532, SOO 6047, and CP 5966.
An all EMD consist is in charge of the 496. What a great lashup led by a SOO hockey stick, a CP SD40-2, and a SOO candy apple