DMIR 403, still wearing her Missabe era colors, runs north on the CN Missabe Sub for the mine. DMIR 403 debuted to the world as SP 9184 in 1972 and shortly after this photo, the she would suffer... (more)
DMIR 402 thunders along with its train of steaming pellets and will shortly pass the Missabe era Saginaw depot which is surprisingly still standing trackside.
DMIR 403 rumbles north with empties on the CN Missabe Sub after departing Proctor yard bound for a northern Minnesota taconite mine for loading.
CN 2866 leads a northbound freight over the Cloquet River near Saginaw, MN on the former DMIR. The bridge is built as two separate structures sharing the same abutments, the result of double track... (more)
CN 2184 leads an eclectic trio of GEs on the point of a limestone train headed north from Proctor, MN to the Missabe iron range. The train is crossing the Cloquet River near Saginaw, MN. CN 2184 w... (more)
The daily manifest from Proctor, MN to Winnipeg, MB heads north at Mile 22 on CN's Missabe Sub just north of Saginaw, MN.
What a chase...with a third orange motor hidden, taconite loads for Proctor hammer through Saginaw on a gorgeous winter day. Should be maroon, but a trio of former sister road B&LE motors is hard ... (more)
Some of the SD60's have joined the Iron Range pool for power. These trio of SD60's seemed to be used alot on the limestone trains from Duluth to Minntac Mine at Mt. Iron. Here an empty heads back ... (more)
An SD70ACe and a pair of Executive SD70MAC's round the curve in Saginaw, leading an empty taconite train.
On a sunny, but very cold afternoon, the MRF heads south through Saginaw, MN.
A zebra striped GP40-2LW leads the southbound MRF (Miscellaneous Road Freight) back to Proctor Yard. A second GP40-2LW and a pair of SD40u's follow.
CN 341 speeds through Saginaw with some mixed freight, a big block of crude oil empties, followed by potash empties
CN's newly delivered ES44s are on the job, pulling freight north.
A mixed freight drag heads northbound among the peak fall colors at North Coons.