This is the landing page for my 4 x 8 (with a double sided 2 x 8 switching lead) model railroad.
BNSF 2931 goes about its daily switching chores on my Sioux Junction Model Railroad. The engine was custom painted and weathered in my shop. It was one of two former BN geeps that got the big tall white BNSF letters on the long hood before a complete repaint to BNSF colors.
BN 2928, a GP39 and DAIR 3801, both engines custom painted in my shop, meet at Sioux Falls on my layout.
Here’s 2931 at work again. The train just came off the Corson Subdivision. The engine will cut off the front end and run around the train. It will begin working local industries, starting with the L.G. Everist cement plant in Sioux Falls.
Morefield Southern 5534, a former CNW, nee-UP GP40 pulls a trio of fertilizer loads over the Willow Creek tresle on the Morefield branch of my Sioux Junction HO Scale Model Railroad.
DAIR 3029, a former MP SD40-2 leads a train across the trestle on my Sioux Junction Model Railroad. The engine is custom painted by me.
DAIR 3801 and friends lead a train over the Sioux River.
Dakota and Iowa units on my Sioux Junctiion HO scale Model Railroad