DMIR 403 and 215 are paired together for the E lead switch job as it basks in the evening light
A couple big GE's normally assigned to limestone trains switch empties and loads at the propane industry alongside Proctor yard.
When near Proctor, MN the obligatory stop on the north end of the yard is a must do. DMIR 212 and IC 6264 handle evening switching chores for manifest freight at the west end of Proctor Yard. Pai... (more)
An ore train with a deathstar in the lead awaits a crew to head north out of Proctor Yard.
Pushing back into Proctor Yard.
The last revenue service Missabe painted engine in the United States working the E-Lead switch.
A plethora of EMD power, with a couple GEs thrown in the mix, rests at the Proctor Diesel House awaiting their next assignments to support the United States steel industry on Minnesota's Iron Rang... (more)
A rare sight has maroon and orange lashed together in the form of B&LE 906 and DM&IR 215 handling switching duties on CN's Proctor Yard E-Lead. Occasionally a tunnel motor will stand in for the us... (more)
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range SD9 167 moving through Proctor Yard August 1968. The 167 was built in April 1959 and rebuilt into SD-M 317 in 1990. Note the vertical yellow stripe in the center of t... (more)
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range C630 903 at Proctor MN June 1974. The 903 was built as Union Pacific 2903 in May 1966 and retired by the UP in November 1973. Picked up by the power short Missabe in ... (more)
SD60F leads a line of wide cabs.
DMIR SD38-2 no. 210 is ready for a trip down Proctor Hill to the ore docks on the morning of June 26, 2005.
Taconite loads from United Taconite pull into the yard at Proctor having come full circle from where they left earlier in the day which is still visible two tracks over to the right from where the... (more)
Snow falls and darkness approaches as trains and crews shuffle around the CN yard at Proctor, MN
Three matched classic EMD SD40-3's and 135 ore cars filled with 14000 tons of taconite arrive at Proctor yard as darkness begins to descend along with the snow.