- published: 03 May 2011
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A long line of freight to get into Canada
DMVW 5418 and 5454 have just left the Falkirk Jct and are headed for Max. They have 25 cars from an elevator in Wilton, 4 hoppers and 14 tank cars from the ethanol plant. The second part of the video is the crew picking up 23 2 bay hoppers in Underwood. The sun is about to set and the only chance to video is from the wrong side due to large amounts of snow everywhere.
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
NORTH DAKOTA FREIGHT TRAIN
A CP Rail Manifest Freight with a AC4400CW and a SD40-2 cross the Sheyenne National Grasslands in Southern North Dakota. This is the former Soo Line at MP 241, Orchid siding, on the Elbow Lake Subdivision. The train is Eastbound going from Enderlin North Dakota to Glenwood Minnesota and is typical of a CP manifest, with empty sand cars up front (North Dakota Oil Fracking), loaded Grain, emptys, and a nice cut of Tank Cars at the end carrying North Dakota crude. Train is on track with maximum speed of 49 mph at the east end of Orchid siding as it crosses North Dakota Highway 27. August 25, 2013.
dmvw way freight going north behind my house.
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BNSF 7625 & 8159 and their mixed freight train are west bound and I video taped them at three locations starting at west of Eldridge, ND. The video shows the locations. There was a large amount of Loram equipment sitting in Cleveland, ND so i can only assume restrictions on speed and that is why the first two videos the train is running slow. This could be a Dilworth, MN to Glendive, MT local, not sure.
A early morning way freight in the 3- weather going north.
(HD) A Special Passenger Train stops for a CP Rail Local with Original SOO LINE painted power at Ransom Junction, North Dakota. The train is pulled by Red River Valley and Western GP 38-2's and the passenger car is private car Dagney Taggart, that was once used by the New York Central in the 1950's. The train is on a tour of North Dakota towns for television station KVLY-TV and is carrying station celebrities and behind the scene personnel. July 2015. Thanks to railfan Arthur DuBois for additional footage.
Filmed June 5, 2016 Went to visit the Northern Pacific 4-6-2 at the park in Bismarck, ND NP #2164 was built in 1909 by Baldwin on Philadelphia, PA. This 4-6-2 often pulled the "North Coast Limited", NP's premier passenger train, and later was used in Local service in ND when larger locomotives were built. In 1955 it was retired from service, and placed on display in Bismarck, ND, where it is still displayed to this day. On this visit, we also catch a BNSF eastbound freight passing by the locomotive, giving a great view of just how far railroad power has evolved.
BSNF manifest freight departing Dickinson, ND toward Glendive, MT on a breezy summer late afternoon. I do apologize for the wind noise.... it is ND afterall... #4348 GE C44-9W and #9768 EMD SD70MAC lead a manifest train west out of Dickinson, ND on the former Northern Pacific mainline, headed toward Glendive, MT. This overhead viewing angle from the State Street Overpass will give you a birds-eye view of some interesting loads in this train. BNSF #1095 (GE C44-9W) and CREX #1320 (GE ES44AC) observe the action as their aggregate train, delivered earlier in the day, is unloaded at Dickinson Ready Mix to the west.
Wagons from a mile-long train carrying crude oil have burst into flames as they derailed after a collision in the US state of North Dakota. A plume of thick black smoke could be seen many miles away and explosions were heard. No injuries were reported, but officials ordered the evacuation of about 300 people from the nearby town of Casselton as a precaution. Amateur footage caught some of the explosions.
Non Stop BNSF Action at KO Junction near Casselton North Dakota on the BNSF KO Subdivision at MP 33.1. The KO Line diverts North West to Minot and is the main line for BNSF to the Pacific Northwest. This is a ex Great Northern line. Heading due west is the Jamestown Subdivision that goes to Bismarck and points west, including the Wyoming Powder River Basin and the Montana Rail Link route. This is a former Northern Pacific line. Shot on Mothers Day, May 12, 2013. Train 1. A Eastbound CSX Oil Train headed to a East Coast refinery. Train 2. A Westbound Empty Coal Train headed to Wyoming. Train 3. A Westbound Manifest Freight headed to Gavin Yard in Minot, North Dakota. Train 4. A Westbound Empty Oil Train headed for Dickinson, North Dakota. Train 5. A Westbound Stack Train headed f...
Filmed June 4, 2016 Went over to the Freight yard in Mandan during my visit to North Dakota, I wasn't expecting much as it had been pretty quiet all day. I will admit I was surprised with the amount of coal traffic going through the yard. This area was originally served by the Northern Pacific, then later Burlington Northern, and now BNSF. With the exception of a lone CREX GE, the power is all matching BNSF H3 Swooshes