North Shore Scenic Railroad's newest edition poses outside the Depot in Two Harbors, MN. They were using the 4211 to switch passenger cars as the Soo 2719 was being wyed for the return trip to Du... (more)
Soo 2719 eases out of the depot at Two Harbors to be wyed while Erie Mining F9A 4211 waits to switch switch 2719's passenger cars.
Its 1985 and the former GN power, which just got a nice repaint, runs around its coal train. In reality this is the Hustle Muscle on the North Shore Scenic Railroad, but we can dream right?
2719 brings the "Arrowhead Vacationer" - special train of the 2009 NRHS Convention - into Two Harbors from Duluth. Right behind the locomotive is the DM&IR heavyweight observation Northland and i... (more)
2719 is steaming back to Duluth after a 1 PM departure from Two Harbors on one of the hottest days of the summer.
2719 steams into Two Harbors with the "Viking," a special dinner train operated for the 2009 NRHS convention. The Soo Pacific is running on former Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range trackage (the ex-Mi... (more)
The 2719 is historically significant to have hauled the Soo Line's last steam-powered train on June 21, 1959, a round-trip excursion between Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Ladysmith, Wisconsin. Toda... (more)
DMIR 193 & SOO 700 pull 80 empties for storage just outside outside Two Harbors until May.
Soo Line 2719, operated by the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, backs away from the former DM&IR Depot and begin the trip back to Duluth.
Big Wheels Keep On Rollin'.... Soo Line 2719 is on a roll departing Two Harbors in this 1/15th pan. I love how you can see some normally hidden details (like the frame) through the spokes.
Having released their warrant to cross the CN Iron Range Sub the 2719 puts on a nice show as it works up out of Two Harbors.
Train south of Two Harbors returning to Duluth
Soo Line 2719 and DM&IR 193 side-by-side on a beautiful September day at the Two Harbors depot. The 2719 is pulling a fall colors excursion, while 193 (owned by the Lake Superior Railroad Museum)... (more)
An SD38 family portrait - from front to back SD38AC #207, SD38 #223, and SD38-2 #210.
Two members of the Missabe's SD9 fleet await their next assignment.