Although the logo is faded the colors of the DM&IR live on in 2013. The nose of 215 makes for a good place to keep lunch cool.
As snow begins to fall the Proctor Roadswitch yards a train of ore empties from Duluth while a pair of former DM&IR SD38-2s work the E-Lead job.
In those days KCS had a fascinating assortment of "previously owned" and modified units. This was an ex-UP and I noticed the panel under the number boards was flat. Replaced or rebuilt at some p... (more)
Late in their careers these got a renumbering into a yard unit series. Photographer unknown. From the collection of Sid Vaught
It's not that the GP30 was that uncommon to see but, lost in sea of 35s, their appearance did occasion some special interest. Here two of my favorites have set out to head a local on a day when t... (more)
A switch job behind a pair of former DM&IR SD38-2s works the E Lead while an empty ore train for Minntac West prepares to depart.
Returning to the engine facility after dropping their train in the yard.
NS 327 basks in the morning sun with the Shenandoah mountains showing peak foliage behind.
Steam from an arriving ore train drifts over a road set on a nearby track.
Snow blower truck clears a switch. He will be at it again Sunday when the area is expected to get over a half a foot of new snow.
The "blue hour" gives way as the sun eases above the tree line and clears the clouds over Lake Superior. A Proctor Roadswitch sets out a bad order mini-quad while the yard power works a cut of "bo... (more)
Back for the "brand confusion railroad" started operating on these tracks.
Working for the Central Vermont, at that time also in thE CN family.