One of the last remaining Missabe Maroon units heads up the Proctor Road Switch with empties from dock 6
DM&IR 210 grinds up the hill with limestone loads.
B&LE 909 leads the morning Proctor Roadswitch downgrade towards the dock in Duluth. Temp was -16F this morning with a windchill warning in effect.
PRS starts its trip down Proctor Hill with empties to be filled with limestone for Minorca taconite pellet plant.
The morning Proctor Roadswitch job lugs 34 loaded limestone cars towards Proctor form Duluth.
The Hill Ore runs "wrong main" up Proctor Hill after a large washout had underminded the northbound main the night before.
The morning Proctor Roadswitch crew uses three former Missabe tunnel motors that just arrived on a limestone empty to move ore loads to Dock 6 in Duluth. The front door is open despite a chilly m... (more)
One of only a few Missabe maroon units left leads a trio of the IC/CN units that are assigned to the DM&IR.
DMIR's only non-ore train works hard up Spirit Mountain en route to Proctor yard.
Photo was edited by ace photographer Matthew Hicks
Headed up the hill to Proctor with a train of empty ore cars.
Limestone Loads headup the hill to Proctor Yard around Spirit Mountain Curve
A grimy 417 helps ease 140 Unitac loads down Proctor Hill near Spirit Mountian.
Missabe 415 leads 140 ore loads for the dock in Duluth.
Missabe power is still out in full force, even though CN is in control. Here the 403 leads a limestone train upgrade out of Duluth. The sound was awesome!
After dropping the history train in Proctor, the roadswitch returned to Duluth and retrieved limestone loads for Minorca.