A DMIR Yellowstone sits on display in Proctor.
DM&IR 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" Locomotive. In the early 1940s, numerous US railroads went looking for ultra-heavy freight locomotives to assist in the war effort. As a result severa... (more)
On a clear summer night, Yellowstone #225 sits in Proctor, greeting visitors taking Highway 2 into Proctor. These beasts were once the main power for ore trains along the line. Now EMDs and GEs ha... (more)
DMIR 225 rests through the night.
DM&IR SD9 168, the only original Missabe unit in this set, does its part to help lift ore empties up from the ore dock in Duluth to the yard at Proctor. The old veteran would be off the roster the... (more)
Once a great steam locomotive hauling iron ore to the docks, is now a display piece in a park.
One of three cosmetically restored Yellowstones in the area. The one residing in Two Harbors looks great in fresh grey and black. Perhaps this one could get the same treatment.
Missabe Yellowstone No. 225 stands silent overlooking the town where she once worked.
The City of Proctor recently repainted Yellowstone 225 and caboose C-200 (the prototype extended vision caboose International Car in 1952). Just off Highway 2 on the south side of town.