The afternoon remote job rolls past the recently closed Georgia Pacific mill along Duluth's waterfront. The still-used General Mills Elevator A looms in this distance.
More likea shortline than a tourist railroad, the North Shore Scenic Railroad is seen here bringing 123 of its 1200+ coal cars back out of storage.
Student Engineer Kale McConnell takes lessons from veteran Frank Christopherson as he adjusts his gloves before making an air brake application so that the passengers can get a nice view of the sc... (more)
Crew member protects the reverse move of limestone from Lakehead to Missabe Junction.
The 2200 job with limestone waits to head ofr Proctor as the 0600 job works on the ore dock.
Afternoon remote job pulls a tank car from the recently closed Georgia Pacific hardboard plant in Duluth.
Sounding better than it looks, CN 2457 leads a train of limestone out of Duluth and up Proctor Hill in the fast fading light.
Easing back into Duluth, the crew on board SOO 2719 is almost done working their magic, pleasing riders and chasers alike with a good trip up the coast to Two Harbors and back.
A pair of BNSF switchers work along Duluth's waterfront.
The two Proctor Roadswitch Jobs meet in Duluth. The morning jobs arrives at Dock 6 with ore loads while the night job handles commercial traffic for the mines.
A nice pair of BNSF units handle a short transfer to Superior in the early evening light.
No shortage of interesting things to look at as a former GN NW5 trundles past an old ore boat, with the bridge at the entrance of Duluth's harbor towering in the background.
CP job switches Duluth's Port Terminal on a beautiful evening.
The SOO 2719 passes over the French River as they steam towards Duluth after spending the day in Two Harbors.
Leaving downtown Duluth behind SOO 2719 rolls along the lakewalk as they head for Two Harbors for the day.