SOO 4413 switches out industries in Duluth.
UP 4014, the "Big Boy" is lit up for night viewing during its northern-most stop on the "Great Race Across the Midwest". Though there were no official night shoots, it was a gr... (more)
IC SD40-3 6251 holds at Collingwood, awaiting signal indication up Proctor Hill.
With Thomas' friend Percy at the other end of the excursion train, SOO 2500 makes for a very nice catch as it brings up the rear in Duluth.
SOO 2500 departs the Lake Superior Railroad Museum and passes the semaphore signals outside of the depot.
Six veteran EMDs lead limestone loads up Spirit Mountain in Duluth.
Timing is everything, and everything came together as three trains converged at CN (former DM&IR) Dock 6 while the distinctive Algoma Central laker John D. Leitch loaded ore. Great light and color... (more)
IC 6251 departs the dock in Duluth with ore empties.
DMIR 332 leads an excursion through downtown Duluth. The famed aerial bridge can be seen to the left.
Big Boy 4014 is in the process of making its ferry move from Duluth to Superior as a CN ore train awaits a fresh crew from above. Sometimes, it just all comes together.
The Big Boy takes a much deserved rest at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum after entertaining thousands who came to the area for a glance at the rare giant. Thanks goes out to Dave Zeman for the ... (more)
The Big Boy 4014 was in town, but Lake Superior Railroad Musuem's 2-8-0 also deserved some attention. It's seen making its way uphill through Duluth.
On a beautiful morning, DMIR 2-8-0 332 leads the Lake Superior Railroad Museum's morning passenger train along the shores of the big lake they call Gitche Gumee.
DM&IR 2-8-0 332 leads the 9am Duluth Zephyr out of town.
Six EMD's of different flavors were making quite the sound as they climbed Spirit Mountain on the way to Proctor Yard with limestone loads.