The 193/316 have plied these rails intermittently for their entire lives. This shot taken from railroad property by an employee. Train winds through downtown Duluth. From this angle, the hogbacks ... (more)
The 193/316 have plied these rails intermittently for their entire lives. Here they are beginning their descent into the middle of the city down the infamous Lemon Drop Hill, dynamics howling to k... (more)
The twice-weekly UP transfer to Duluth heads back to Itasca Yard in far eastern Superior with five cars.
A local out of BNSF's Rice's Point yard rolls east to work a couple elevators next to CP's Rice's Point yard.
A nice Christmas present to myself was catching this move by the North Shore Scenic Railroad crew using DM&IR 316 and DM&IR 193 to bring empty BNSF coal hoppers up the scenic railroad line for win... (more)
Soo Line 2719 pulls into Duluth with fireman and fellow submitter Max Medlin creating some nice photogenic smoke.
Northern Pacific 0-6-0 Class L9 1052 was built by Baldwin in 1907. She had 51" drivers, 20 x 26 inch cylinders, operated at 180 psi boiler pressure, and could develop 31,200 lbs of tractive effort... (more)
A loaded ore train approaches the ore docks in Duluth on a beautiful fall morning in Minnesota.
DM&IR 193 leads the nearly full Pumpkin Special train heads out of the yard at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth for the the special pumpkin patch where kids can pick their own special p... (more)
Sharp looking SOO unit begins her day switching the Port.
Working the paper mill in Duluth is this nice pair of former Frisco switchers.
IC 101 poses for photos on a bridge near Duluth during Railfan Weekend 2004. The feature that year was cab units.
Tim Schandel poses on the 2719 for the 2011 Lake Superior Railfan Weekend.