Flag Coal #75 and Pere Marquette # 1225 are head to head and all fired up for the Steam Railraoding Institute's Open House in Owosso, Michigan. This event is the first one and will end on June 13th, 2004. The SRI is part of the Michigan State Trust for Railway Preservation and they operate and...
A day before the 3-22-2003 snowstorm in Marysville, MI has a CSX train working the afternoon run on the old PH&D south of Port Huron. The power plant is Detroit Edison's Marysville Plant. Notice the lack of snow.
CN Train 380 approaches Allen Rd in Kimball Twp, MI. It is only a few miles from Tappen, the west end of Tunnel Yard in Port Huron, MI. It obviously was the first train to bust the drifts on the Mt. Clemens Sub after the snowstorm over night which dumped 12 inches in the area.
Two CN locos wait for permission to enter Tunnel Yard west of Port Huron after a heavy snowstom dumped 12 inches of snow. Six different trains were in the yard waiting to go through the tunnel to Sarnia, Ontario Canada. Snow was 2 to 3 feet deep in the ditches and drifts.
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