The southbound Copper Country Limited is at the Iron Mountain (MI) station. Taken with available light on Kodachrome II film with an old Kodak Rangefinder camera.
A couple of tired Milwaukee warriors rest near Iron Mountain. The 108A and 114B were assigned to service in the area. The plywood port holes and rusted out side panels show the work and abuse thes... (more)
A trio of "Baby Trainmasters" [1683-1698-1904; all with different builder dates] are easily handling the task of getting a loaded ore train out of Iron Mountain. The fireman or head brakeman is gi... (more)
A perfect A-B-B-A set of F7s drag a train of Groveland Mine taconite into Iron Mountain for interchange with the C&NW and forwarding to Escanaba. 109A, 70B, 89B and 70C are captioned nicely by th... (more)
Milw. 70C,70B,63A rest in Iron Mountain while the crew talks over a track issue with the section foreman. They no doubt had a lot to talk about as deferred maintenance was becoming an issue on mos... (more)
I never spent much time getting Milwaukee units in Upper Michigan, at least not until the Soo bought them. But I did manage to drag myself past the Alcos of the LS&I and CNW a couple of times. On ... (more)
CN&W merchandise train emerges from the November mist at Iron Mountain, MI.
The only Alco RS36 on the C&NW roster was still on duty in 1985, and renumbered in anticipation of the UP merger.
An ex-Katy Baldwin AS-415 rebuilt as a GP-7 and purchased by C&NW is heading for Escanaba late in the day after delivering cars to the Milwaukee Road in Iron Mountain, Michigan, in April of 1977.
The pair of ex N&W C628's have just yarded their train at Iron Mountain in 1979.