Duluth & Iron Range #3 built in 1883 purchased by the D&IR for $9,750.00. The engine was shipped to Two Harbors from Duluth, MN because until December 1886 there was no rail connection with the ou... (more)
404 drops down the 3% grade into Two Harbors.
Loaded ore train begins the decent into Two Harbors.
The GN mixed train pulling out of Two Harbors headed for Marbles to pick up the caboose that was dropped earlier in the day.
Soo 700 and GN 192 pause side-by-side at the former Duluth & Iron Range depot at Two Harbors, Minnesota.
The railfan special, now running without the GN caboose, performs a photo run near the DM&IR (now CN) yard at Two Harbors.
Ore loads decend the long grade into Two Harbors behind a pair of 400s.
Ore loads arrive at the port of Two Harbors.
Mine power taking a rest between runs on a rainy afternoon at Two Harbors, Minnesota.
Before the Arrival of the tunnel motors, the SD38-2s were the most moder power on the Missabe. Here 209 leads ore empties out of Two Harbors on a gorgeous midsummer evening.
Repainted Missabe tunnel motor 400 drifts downgrade into Two Harbors, MN with ore loads.
Ore empties cross over the hibernating North Shore Scenic Railroad.
Ore loads ease down the 3.0% grade into the Lake Superior port city of Two Harbors.
Duluth & Iron Range #3 on display with a train next to the D&IR station at Two Harbors, Minnesota, in August, 1976.
Soo 2500 recreates a passenger train from the 1950s on the former DM&IR Lakefront Line.