DM&IR 193 leads the Two Harbors Turn on the outer edges of Duluth.
A pair of EMD's in the form of a SD70M-2 and SD75I lug a container train up the nearly 2% grade that is CN's Steelton hill in far west Duluth. Assisting are two units pushing the train up the hil... (more)
Slowing to a stop at the base of Steelton hill, this dual EMD powered stack train will wait for the shovers to attach to the rear of the train to assist in making a hard charging run up the nearly... (more)
GN NW5 192 leads the Duluth Zephyr south back into downtown Duluth.
DMIR 404 is seen shoving a small ore train onto Dock 6 in Duluth. Just to the right of Dock 6 is the abandoned Dock 5. Back in its hay day, Dock 5 set a record for itself by loading 60 boats with ... (more)
A cut of limestone loads are being shuffled around under Lake Superiors largest ore dock. Three SD40 variants hustle the cars around under the massive structure.
A BNSF switch crew delivers a covered hopper to the Compass Mineral's plant in Duluth as the Algoma laker Radcliffe R. Latimer unloads salt into the building.
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum helped celebrate the gold spike anniversary today as well as the 30th anniversary of the museum's operating arm the North Shore Scenic Railroad. What a fun was to... (more)
A recently washed 2104 looks sharp in front of the laker Hon. James L Oberstar of the Interlake Steamship fleet. The Oberstar was repainted over the winter and looks equally nice. The vessel was l... (more)
Bessemer & Lake Erie 909 leads DM&IR 405 and B&LE 900 up Proctor Hill with empty blast furnace trim cars (crushed raw taconite rock). The bright cars can also double as ballast haulers.
A pair of CN SD40's are leading a southbound unit sulpher train at Nopeming Junction on the west side of Duluth
A limestone train for United Taconite departs Duluth while another train dumps its load of iron ore on Dock 6. The James R Barker is at the shiploader while the Roger Blough is on the east (right)... (more)
CN's Steelton Hill Pusher catches the first rays of light as it returns to the base of the grade at the Duluth suburb of Steelton.
The Proctor Transfer heads up Steelton Hill, displaying the changes in GE's Tier 3 & 4 radiators.
An EX-DMIR Tunnel Motor leads a CN taconite train onto the Ore Docks in Duluth.
DMIR 405 SD40T-3
CN 5318 SD40-2W
CN 5349 SD40-2W