Early morning Proctor Yard, with a snazzy new sign.
A trio of GE's round the curve at Spirit Mountain as they continue up Proctor hill with limestone loads.
I wanted to take a moment and look at a timewhen the clock turned back. After the maroon purge between 2006-2008, in which 38 DM&IR units were either sold, scrapped or repainted, it was very rare ... (more)
Getting a roll-by as they leave the yard then heading north on the Missabe Sub for the Minorca mine with limestone.
Various CN power sits outside the former DMIR shop at Proctor.
A limestone train for the Minorca mine departs Proctor yard passing an empty pellet train resting in the A Yard. Meanwhile DMIR 215 works the E-lead switching cars in the background.
Still wearing her maroon and gold colors, DMIR 215 and repainted sister DMIR 211 switch cars on the E-lead job at Proctor yard and a nice Sunday evening.
Looks like a lot of work for the Proctor diesel house.
An empty pellet train waits in the A yard at Proctor for a crew and a call time before departing for United Taconite to load taconite pellets.
DMIR 225 rests through the night.
A line of power sits in Proctor, MN.
a CN SD40U leads an ore train.
CN 2184 waits for a signal out of the south end of Proctor yard to head for the docks at Duluth.
BLE 904 heads the southbound 1600 Proctor Road Switch south out of town and down the hill towards Duluth for a fresh load of limestone.
IC 6252 and two other EMDs grind up Proctor Hill with R922 in tow.