From The Land Of Sky Blue Waters. A T-Bird train travels from the mine to the plant on a cold morning in northern Minnesota.
A CN "over-under" as three relatively new GEs roll across the Oliver Bridge as a CN truck drives underneath on the roadway portion of the bridge.
This comparison shows the growth in boxcar size relative to a 1941 SW-1 (former EJ&E/D&NE).
How high's the water, mama? Well, it's eight feet high and risin'. A few days after the historic rain that fell across NE Minnesota, the sun is out and it's business as usual as a T-Bird train c... (more)
A T-Bird train carring raw ore from the mine towards the plant crosses over the yet unfrozen St. Louis river during a snowfall.
A short Proctor Transfer crosses the St. Louis River on the double deck Oliver Bridge.
A clean GE leads intermodal train 116 across the St. Louis River.
After several inches of rain have fallen across the area, the St. Louis river is running fast and high but the CN 2112 don't care, it just rattles the old steel Missabe bridge just the same as if ... (more)
With the "Twin Cities Mafia" invading the Iron Range on this day cleaning up, it was some to receive some home cooking in the form of DM&IR 403 departing with 143 for Minntac. Shown here heading t... (more)
Only during the winter is this shot possible as I would be rather wet during the summer! Taken from the frozen St. Louis River we see the first E-Rail of the year headed over the massive Oliver Br... (more)
A T-Bird from the United Taconite crusher soars over the St. Louis River bridge on it's trip south with rock for the processing plant.
A pair of Dash 8's rattle the steel bridge over the St. Louis river as they rumble northward with empties.
A T-Bird train with a pair of former CNW/UP Dash 8's for power cross over the St. Louis river on a nice spring morning on the second day of the Minnesota fishing season.
A friendly wave from the crew as a trio of SD40-3's lead loads of taconite rock over the steel bridge crossing the frozen St. Louis river on a cold early spring day in northern Minnesota.
The little CTRR SW1 #33 ventures out on the bridge over the frozen St. Louis River while preforming switching duties at the Sappi Mill.