WSOR, or is it BN? Headlight dances across the frozen lake as it marches onward.
The pride and joy of the E&LS. Although it looks a little worse for wear, the #400 still operates around Escanaba as needed. The #300 doesn't operate much on the road anymore, but is kept spotless... (more)
Congratulations to the CP-SOO Line Twin Ports Terminal Employees for 5 Years Injury Free on September 30th. The day before the "party", 0700 Duluth Job is seen completing their round trip with a n... (more)
The one and only. The only remaining SF30B stands in rare company, trailing it is a C-424 and M-636.
With the brake shoes smoking, the Extra Road Switch heads down Proctor Hill at dusk.
From the Arrowhead to the Switch Target to the Maroon, the Missabe is still holding on.
Almost missed this. I love shooting bandits, but there was a nice UP Transfer about to go by. Luckily I had my cake, and ate it too. I stopped and shot the 0700 Superior pulling into the BNSF's 28... (more)
Where Rail Meets Sail! Erie #4211 is no stranger to the shipping industry, having hauled hundreds of thousands of tons of ore to the dock at Taconite Harbor over the years. Now retired, she sits b... (more)
Of course they had the wrong leader! Spirit Mountain is the signature Missabe shot, and maybe because of that I have not spent much time here. It is the perfect place, however, to show off some ni... (more)
The #2719 hustles The Laker south towards Chicago. But seriously John and Kale are shoveling for their lives.
CHS road power brings a cut of cars out onto the mainline.
Rapids Local heads for its namesake with a strike looming in a few hours.
True North Country railroading. In a very rare scene, Northshore Mining heads out to receive passenger cars brought by the CN (Missabe) with big power.
Are they coming, or are they going?
Proctor Road Switch spotting Difco dump cars to be loaded with limestone.