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9/25/2017
 
 
 
 
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Trackside Decor
Title:  Trackside Decor
Description:  This piece of trackside decor is along the BNSF in Anoka.
Photo Date:  9/15/2017  Upload Date: 9/16/2017 10:11:09 PM
Location:  Anoka, MN
Author:  Tony Held
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I Caught Them At Last!
Title:  I Caught Them At Last!
Description:  I finally bagged the three units Progressive Rail was using on the ex-Minneapolis, Northfield, and Southern main from Lakeville to Northfield (their "Jesse James Line") before they were moved to the Wisconsin Northern, where their six-axle configuration came in handy on the lighter rail there. I wish #40 was leading, since she is the prize of the group--she also sported that number and wore the same paint job for the Minneapolis, Northfield, and Southern, but rather than trespass into the yard to get a head-on shot, I made do with what I had.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:39:10 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  PGR 42(SD38-2) CITX 3064(SD40-2) PGR 40(SD39)
Views:  25   Comments: 0
Classy Sign
Title:  Classy Sign
Description:  Classy signs like these denote who now operates the Chippewa Falls yard. Make sure to heed them, folks, because as the old saying goes: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:11:41 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Yard,Track
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Switch Engine And Water Tower
Title:  Switch Engine And Water Tower
Description:  An artsy shot of this classy (ex-UP?) switcher I found at the south end of the Wisconsin Northern's yard on Labor Day 2017. There is nothing like a water tower to tell you what town you are in.
Photo Date:  9/7/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:10:50 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,Scenic,Yard
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Views:  7   Comments: 0
GMTX 134
Title:  GMTX 134
Description:  Roster view of this yard goat, taken on Labor Day 2017.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:11:20 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  GMTX 134(SW1500)
Views:  12   Comments: 0
Wisconsin Norther's Headquarters
Title:  Wisconsin Norther's Headquarters
Description:  The headquarters of the Wisconsin Northern was quiet on Labor Day 2017, but oh man was I glad to finally be able to visit this Progressive Rail subsidiary.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:01:38 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Yard
Locomotives:  GMTX 134(SW1500)
Views:  10   Comments: 0
More Sand Train Power
Title:  More Sand Train Power
Description:  The last two of a quartet of units idling on the point of a sand train I found in the yard on Labor Day 2017.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:01:16 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
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Locomotives:  UP 4012(SD70M) UP 8351(SD70ACe)
Views:  13   Comments: 0
Sand Train Power
Title:  Sand Train Power
Description:  Close up of the first two of four units on the head end of a sand train I found here on Labor Day 2017.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:00:43 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
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Locomotives:  UP 7998(AC45CCTE) UP 5382(AC45CCTE)
Views:  13   Comments: 0
Waiting Sand Train
Title:  Waiting Sand Train
Description:  A Union Pacific sand train idles at the north end of the yard on Labor Day 2017.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 7:00:15 PM
Location:  Chippewa Falls, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Yard,Action
Locomotives:  UP 7998(AC45CCTE) UP 5382(AC45CCTE) UP 4012(SD70M) UP 8351(SD70ACe)
Views:  6   Comments: 0
Love Those Milwaukee Road Flangers
Title:  Love Those Milwaukee Road Flangers
Description:  Here is the Colfax museum's Milwaukee Road flanger. I love these things, perhaps in part because they were fashioned from steam engine tenders. Note the museum's former Milwaukee Road baggage car in the background. This baby houses the other modules of the museum's Soo Line HO scale layout. Talk about "Soo/Milwaukee"!
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 6:48:23 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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The Oldest RPO In Preservation
Title:  The Oldest RPO In Preservation
Description:  This is Omaha Road RPO 301. Built in the 1840s, this car is the oldest Railroad Post Office in existence. Suitable trucks have yet to be found or fabricated, so newer ones are currently under the car, but otherwise this baby looks as she did during her heyday. (The semi-trailer in the background is former Milwaukee Road.)
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 6:47:50 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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Milwaukee Road Vet
Title:  Milwaukee Road Vet
Description:  The stencil says "WC", but the Wisconsin Central was the third owner of this Milwaukee Road bay window caboose. For years it served its original owner and then the Soo Line and the Wisconsin Central without being repainted from its original Milwaukee colors, perhaps because of how cabooses had been relegated to local service or other duties low on the totem pole by the time WC came into being.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 6:40:06 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock
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Snazzy Display Shed
Title:  Snazzy Display Shed
Description:  Here is a look at the Colfax museum's snazzy display shed. I like their style. Note Cornet Phosphate 2-6-2T #5 in the left background.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 6:03:54 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock,Steam,Signal
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Caboose And Track Speeder
Title:  Caboose And Track Speeder
Description:  Another look at the Colfax museum's bright reed Soo caboose, which has a CN track speeder for company. Note also the Soo Line sign touting its intermodal service. Appropriate decor for this side of the museum's storage shed.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 6:31:30 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock
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Colfax Museum And Former Soo Line
Title:  Colfax Museum And Former Soo Line
Description:  Here is the Colfax Railroad Museum and the old Soo Line main. The view is looking east.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 5:49:01 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station,Track
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Views:  12   Comments: 1
Delaware and Hudson And the American Freedom Train? Yes!
Title:  Delaware and Hudson And the American Freedom Train? Yes!
Description:  The Colfax museum has the largest collection of railroad china in the United States. Some of it is on display in the museum building, some of it is in storage, and some of it can be found in a Soo Line coach turned display car. I was pleasantly surprised to see these plates commemorating the D&H and AFT, respectively. Note also the Illinois Central and CNW dining car staff uniforms in the background.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 5:35:38 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Passenger
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Love Those Soo F Units
Title:  Love Those Soo F Units
Description:  The train displayed on the Colfax module of the Colfax museum's HO scale pike sport this snappy Soo Line A-B F unit combo. I sure wish these babies were still rolling through Colfax today. So much snappier thank humdrum Canadian National SD70s.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 5:35:19 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Model
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Colfax In HO Scale
Title:  Colfax In HO Scale
Description:  The Colfax museum has a module from a massive HO scale pike that depicts the Soo Line in Wisconsin during the glory days of the Soo. The Colfax depots can be found in the middle of this module, near the grain elevator.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/7/2017 5:34:43 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Model,Station
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Everything From Grain To Lumber In This Baby
Title:  Everything From Grain To Lumber In This Baby
Description:  Scott, the museum docent who gave me a tour of the Colfax museum on Labor Day 2017, told me this Soo Line boxcar could haul not only grain but also barley, oats, and even lumber! This boxcar once helped earn a bit of revenue for the Soo Line back in the day.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:51:42 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock
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Bright Red Soo
Title:  Bright Red Soo
Description:  The Colfax museum's showpiece caboose, Soo Line 273, basks in the shade of the outdoor display shed on Labor Day 2017.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:44:04 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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MILW 992104 And Coronet Phosphate #5's Steam Chest
Title:  MILW 992104 And Coronet Phosphate #5's Steam Chest
Description:  The steam chest for Coronet Phosphate #5 is currently placed behind the Colfax museum's Milwaukee Road bay window caboose.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:35:11 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock,Steam
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Coronet Phosphate #5's Tank
Title:  Coronet Phosphate #5's Tank
Description:  Here is the tank portion of Coronet Phosphate 2-6-2T #5, awaiting reinstallation on the locomotive at the engine's new home in Colfax. Note the scraps of black paint, which is the engine's paint job.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:22:23 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Steam
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Coronet Phosphate #5 And Other Stuff
Title:  Coronet Phosphate #5 And Other Stuff
Description:  At the left is the tank portion of Coronet Phosphate #5. To the right is its steam chest. In the middle is a miscellaneous parts collection, also from the late Don Lind's collection in Annandale, Minnesota. The stuff in the middle is for sell and swap with other museums, while #5's parts await their return to the engine.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:22:48 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Steam
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Weathered Prairie Tank Engine
Title:  Weathered Prairie Tank Engine
Description:  Coronet Phosphate #5, from the late Don Lind's train collection in Annandale, MN, awaits cosmetic restoration at the Colfax Railroad Museum. This engine moved from Florida to Minnesota and finally to Wisconsin, making her a well-traveled 2-6-2T.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/5/2017 8:21:20 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,Steam
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"Non-Complying Locomotive"
Title:  "Non-Complying Locomotive"
Description:  A tour of Soo Line 703's cab revealed this note from when the Wisconsin Central was bought by the Canadian National. (Sigh) Why to all the cool railroads have to be bought by the boring ones? I loved WC's eclectic roster! Thank goodness three of WC's GP30s escaped being scrapped.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/4/2017 10:05:17 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
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SOO 703: Back
Title:  SOO 703: Back
Description:  Back view of the Colfax Railroad Museum's Soo Line GP30. Despite her weathered paint, she still is evocative of the glories of "Sweet Soo".
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/4/2017 10:04:44 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SOO 703(GP30)
Views:  13   Comments: 0
SOO 703: Front
Title:  SOO 703: Front
Description:  Front view of the Colfax Railroad Museum's ex-Soo exx-Wisconsin Central GP30. She still is impressive despite her weathered paint.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/4/2017 9:52:25 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SOO 703(GP30)
Views:  15   Comments: 0
Passing The Museum
Title:  Passing The Museum
Description:  The Canadian National local passes the Colfax Railroad Museum. The conductor is giving me and Scott, the museum member on duty this Labor Day 2017, a friendly wave while the engineer gives us a friendly whistle.
Photo Date:  9/4/2017  Upload Date: 9/4/2017 9:22:28 PM
Location:  Colfax, WI
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station,Action
Locomotives:  CN 5782(SD75I)
Views:  4   Comments: 0
Goodbye Long Lake
Title:  Goodbye Long Lake
Description:  An eastbound general freight heads east through Long Lake, soon to exit my home suburb on Sunday evening, Labor Day Weekend 2017. I
Photo Date:  9/3/2017  Upload Date: 9/3/2017 8:22:23 PM
Location:  Long Lake, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Action
Locomotives:  BNSF 6931(ES44C4) BNSF 3934(ET44C4)
Views:  13   Comments: 0
Out Of The Smoke Tinged Sun
Title:  Out Of The Smoke Tinged Sun
Description:  An eastbound general freight with a quartet of GEs at the crew's beck and call races out of the smoke tinged evening sun and splits the signals on Labor Day weekend 2017.
Photo Date:  9/3/2017  Upload Date: 9/3/2017 8:22:06 PM
Location:  Long Lake, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Signal,Action
Locomotives:  BNSF 6624(ES44C4)
Views:  8   Comments: 1
MP 7502 In Savage
Title:  MP 7502 In Savage
Description:  Caboose was on the end of a short crane train. What a catch!
Photo Date:  8/19/2017  Upload Date: 8/19/2017 8:37:19 PM
Location:  Savage, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock
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The History Is On The Door
Title:  The History Is On The Door
Description:  The door to the station master's office at the Fairfax depot museum sports this nifty summary of the history of the Minneapolis & St. Louis. Of the Chicago and North Western's purchase of the Louie, the history says: "November 1, 1960 - sold entire system to Chicago North Western R R (a hostile takeover!)" Hostile or not in business terms, the North Western's purchase ultimately proved hostile to miles of the Louie that would up torn up and left to be either plowed under, return to nature, or become rail trails. The fact the Louie remains not only intact but operated through Fairfax is nothing short of a miracle if you ask me.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/19/2017 8:18:21 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station
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Honoring The Last Trains
Title:  Honoring The Last Trains
Description:  This sign in the station agent's office at the Fairfax depot honors the last passenger trains to stop at the depot in July of 1960. A few months later, the Em and Saintell would follow them into Valhalla. These trains were the "doodlebug" and trailer types that were a staple on the Louie for decades. Their spirit lingers on within the rails that pass by the Fairfax depot.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 10:14:11 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station
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Inside The Freight Room
Title:  Inside The Freight Room
Description:  Inside the freight room of the Fairfax depot, you can now find a cornucopia of artifacts and memorabilia devoted to Fairfax and the Minneapolis & St. Louis courtesy of the museum that now occupies the depot. The movie camera and popcorn machine at lower left came from the now closed Fairfax theater. I do not know if the M. & St. L. sign came from Fairfax or another depot.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 8:49:53 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station
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The Freight Room Side
Title:  The Freight Room Side
Description:  The east--and freight room--side of the Fairfax depot. Old Tootin' Louie to the west was quiet on this mostly cloudy Sunday afternoon.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 8:08:54 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station,Track
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The Signs Say It All
Title:  The Signs Say It All
Description:  You know what depot this is and what railroad once owned it when you see these signs. The Fairfax depot is now part of a city park.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 8:05:43 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station
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Welcome To Fairfax
Title:  Welcome To Fairfax
Description:  Fairfax's preserved Minneapolis & St. Louis depot still proudly bears the town's name and the Tootin' Louie's on the depot's west side.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 8:02:24 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Station,Track
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No Station Is Complete Without One Of These
Title:  No Station Is Complete Without One Of These
Description:  The train order signal at the Fairfax depot museum. No station is complete without one of these. I assume this is the original signal, but I would need to double check.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/17/2017 8:20:31 PM
Location:  Fairfax, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Signal,Track
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...And The New
Title:  ...And The New
Description:  Blue emergency contact plates for Twin Cities & Western's (paper) subsidiary Minnesota Prairie Line also grace the Park Avenue crossbucks in Hamburg.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/16/2017 11:12:03 PM
Location:  Hamburg, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Track
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The Old...
Title:  The Old...
Description:  MNVA Railroad plates issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation still adorn the crossbucks at the Park Avenue grade crossing long after that railroad with the colorful roster folded.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/16/2017 11:09:44 PM
Location:  Hamburg, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Track
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Tootin' Louie, Looking West
Title:  Tootin' Louie, Looking West
Description:  We are looking west along the former Minneapolis & St. Louis from the Park Avenue grade crossing. Note the "Hamburg" station sign. Also of note is this is where the Milwaukee 261 did a photo runby in October of 2016 during her first trip on the Louie. I wonder if the crew will do the same this year?
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/16/2017 11:07:49 PM
Location:  Hamburg, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Track
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Tootin' Louie, Looking East
Title:  Tootin' Louie, Looking East
Description:  Finding an active ex-Minneapolis & St. Louis line is as rare as finding a full-fledged arcade at a shopping mall. The Tootin' Louie is alive and well in Hamburg, Minnesota, though. Here we are looking east along the line from the Park Avenue grade crossing near Bicentennial Park.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/16/2017 11:06:34 PM
Location:  Hamburg, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Track
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Parked On The Prairie
Title:  Parked On The Prairie
Description:  I came upon a parked train just west of Winthrop on an usually gray August Sunday afternoon. The engines were shut down and no crew were in sight. Going home later in the day, I saw the train was still there. What's the story?
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/14/2017 8:11:13 PM
Location:  Winthrop, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Scenic
Locomotives:  TCWR 4301(GP30C) RRVW 406(GP10)
Views:  14   Comments: 0
Bingo!
Title:  Bingo!
Description:  I netted a prize with this parked train: Red River Valley & Western's former Minnesota Prairie Line/Twin Cities & Western GP10! The 4301 was an old friend nice to see again too. I wonder why a whole train was parked just west of town with no crew and the engines shut down?
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/14/2017 8:05:36 PM
Location:  Winthrop, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  TCWR 4301(GP30C) RRVW 406(GP10)
Views:  18   Comments: 0
RRVW 4106 In Repose
Title:  RRVW 4106 In Repose
Description:  The 4106 sleeps away in the yard on a lazy Sunday afternoon in August.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 9:02:24 PM
Location:  Morton, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,Yard
Locomotives:  RRVW 4106(GP15C)
Views:  12   Comments: 0
Boxcars Turned Storage Shed
Title:  Boxcars Turned Storage Shed
Description:  A pair of truckless boxcars now serve as storage sheds at the Morton Shops. Holdovers from MNVA days?
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 9:00:17 PM
Location:  Morton, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  RollingStock,Yard
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TCWR 11997
Title:  TCWR 11997
Description:  Portrait of TC&W's ex-Burlington Northern caboose. Taken at the Morton shops on a sleepy Sunday afternoon in August.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 8:57:11 PM
Location:  Morton, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Roster,RollingStock,Yard
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The Morton Shops
Title:  The Morton Shops
Description:  The Morton shops were quiet, but distant thunder was in the air when I snapped this photo. I wish I could have made it here during MNVA/Minnesota Central days, but at least the shops are still in business for TC&W's Minnesota Prairie Line.
Photo Date:  8/13/2017  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 8:49:31 PM
Location:  Morton, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Yard,Track
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The Bridge Over The Minnesota
Title:  The Bridge Over The Minnesota
Description:  The venerable Minneapolis & St. Louis vintage bridge over the Minnesota River stands tall and proud on a sleepy Sunday afternoon in August.
Photo Date:  5/28/2017  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 8:47:49 PM
Location:  Morton, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Bridge,Track
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A Glimpse Of Track
Title:  A Glimpse Of Track
Description:  Interurbans to freights to football specials once traversed these rusty rails on the old Dan Patch/Minneapolis, Northfield, and Southern main line. A footpath crossing the Burnsville/Savage border between Court Place in Burnsville and a Savage city trail has kept the vegetation cleared to the point the rails are visible. A rare sight along the line in Burnsville, where overgrowth is the thickest.
Photo Date:  7/24/2017  Upload Date: 7/24/2017 7:47:31 PM
Location:  Burnsville, MN
Author:  Tony Held
Categories:  Track
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