The MRF rounds the corner at the DW&P crossing at Munger and enters the home stretch to Proctor Yard. Leading the train is a collection of IC SD40-2's, far from home EJ&E SD38-2 674 and another C... (more)
Identical twins #400 and #401 began their lives out west, beating the mountains that caused other engines to overheat. They came to Minnesota and conquered the snow wearing the classy maroon of th... (more)
Loaded ore train from United Taconite kicks up fresh snow as it approaches the end of its run at Proctor.
Loaded ore train from United Taconite rolls south towards Proctor.
Pellet train bound for U-Tac departs on an unusually warm November day.
EJ&E 660 is in run 8 working an empty ballast train over the Rainy Sub (DW&P) north of Duluth. The lone unit could barely muster 25 mph, half the allowed speed on this subdivision.
Hard to tell this isn't British Columbia as a pair of C40-8s lead A439 north on the former DW&P and in the process cross over U.S. 2.
EJ&E 662 and 666 pushed hard to get this almost 2 mile long M-343 up Steelton Hill in Duluth. They will disconnect a few miles further north.
A pair of BCOL Dash8's seem a little out of place in Northern Minnesota
A pair of J SD38-2s shove on the rear of CN Q-199 nearing Munger/Simar, where they will cut off and head back to Pokegama after assisting this northbound out of the Lake Superior basin.
Hopefully the few remaining units wearing Missabe colors will keep them for many years to come.
A southbound pegger trots along underneath the DWP main.
A pair of repainted IC SD40-3s power a 124-car loaded ore train towards Proctor with fall color nearing peak.
Loads from Fairlane heading south to Proctor.