MNTX SW1 3110 outside the roundhouse getting ready for another day of work. It still retains the colors from when it worked at Anderson Windows in Bayport, MN. For more information see www.mtmus... (more)
MNTX 10106 sits outside the shops at the Jackson Street Roundhouse. The unit is our shop switcher - for more information see www.mtmusuem.org
Armco B-71, a rare WEMCO 70-ton, sits next to US Navy 10106, a GE 45-Ton. Armco B-71 is owned by Gopher State Ry Museum and on lease to MTM.
MNTX 101, a NW2, remains in Lake Superior Terminal & Transportation green and orange. Inspired by GN.
2 freshly painted Frisco 40' box cars sit in the sun.
GN 400 sits at MTM's Jackson St. Roundhouse, GN 400 is named the "Hustle Muscle" because it was the first EMD SD45 built.
NRHS convention outing to MTM's trolleys. Excepting the orange cones at the shop door and 50 stars on Old Glory, this could be 1950.
Anderson Windowalls 3110, now owned and lettered for Minnesota Transportation Museum, sits idle near the Osceola Depot.
HP 300, Class-B-B-SO/90-2GE733. Date of Manufacture Aug 1942.