A perfect reflection is about to be rippled thanks to two passing kayakers during a photo charter on the North Shore Scenic out of Duluth, Minn. Fortunately the kayakers are sporting matching DSS&... (more)
I would imagine that Soo 2500A and DSS&A 101 crossed paths a few times during the 1950s while wearing these paint schemes.
DSS&A #101 rolls across the Little Sucker River Bridge on the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
DSS&A 101 is passing underneath the west loop of CN's line in to Two Harbors. This photo was taken during the Lake Superior Railroad Museum's Railfan Weekend 2011, organized by Steve Glischinski.
DSS&A 101 and a passenger extra stop and pose for the camera just outside Two Harbors.
DSS&A 101, with the Railfan Weekend photo charter, crosses the Knife River.
Train is heading underneath the west loop of CN's line to Two Harbors towards Marbles Siding.
Train is heading back to Marbles Siding after a full day of railroading adventures.
DSS&A 101 and it's consist wait out the day for their night photo shoot for Railfan Weekend at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum
Hand painted DSS&A #101 lugs foamers around to another photo spot. There are no decals on this engine, every little stripe and letter was painted on with a paint brush, by hand.
Jon Fogelberg has the final Lester River train of the year under control, and what a way to go out with the classy hand painted DSSA RS-1 leading!
Marty Fair has the #101 on its knees at the crest of the grade with the biggest train she has seen in years.
Former DM&IR Shop Superintendent M.C. Fair has the RS-1 doing track speed past the photographers on Railfan Weekend. (the others are out of the shot)
In stark contrast to earlier in the day, the #101 shows off her new paint scheme in the shining sun.
Restored DSS&A 101 crosses Highway 61 on the North Shore Scenic Railroad. This bridge is slated to be replaced this winter.