With a nice GP9/GP10 combo, the Mineral Range continues the journey to the Humboldt Mine with a train of covered gondolas picked up from Ishpeming.
The Mineral Range slowly rolls through the middle of nowhere, headed for its destination of the Humboldt Mine. ILSX GP9 1323 and ILSX GP10 1345 provide the power on a train of covered gondolas. Th... (more)
The Mineral Range Railroad brings a train of empty gons across Route 41 behind a GP9 and GP10 in Humboldt, Michigan. These gons will be taken to the processing plant at Humboldt Mine and loaded wi... (more)
The Mineral Range GP9 / GP10 pair is seen switching Humboldt Mine on a beautiful winter afternoon in the northwoods.
The Mineral Range is seen closing in on Humboldt Mine as is crosses County Road FA.
The Mineral Range Railroad brings a train of empty gons down the lead to the Humboldt Mine behind a GP9 and GP10 in Humboldt, Michigan. These gons will be shoved into the processing plant here and... (more)
With heavy snow coming down, the conductor clears out the switch for the run around track at the approach to the Humboldt Mill where they will shove in the empties and pickup the loads before head... (more)
The Mineral Range crosses Hwy 95 just 1 mile away from the Humboldt Mine. The engines will run around the train and shove into the loadout.
The Mineral Range is just a few miles away from Humboldt Mine as its seen approaching Hwy FA during the mid-morning.
The Mineral Range railroad begins their day picking a handful of empty gondolas for the mine at Humboldt.
A train of 18 empty gondolas gets underway at Landing Jct. in Ishpeming, MI. At the other end of the line this fall Eagle Mine's Humboldt Mill started refining ore mined in Marquette County.
With its expansion to the Humboldt Mill, Mineral Range is becoming one of the more interesting and classic looking shortlines in the upper midwest. Not too many years ago Lake Superior & Ishpeming... (more)
A whitetail doe takes advantage of the train pausing to flag a road crossing by running across the Mineral Range tracks.
A former BRC "cow" works the CN interchange. The tank cars they are picking up will be taken to an explosives plant a few miles south of here.