Always something to see at Northtown.
On a beautiful Autumn day, North Shore Mining 652 leads its' ore train to the plant at Silver Bay.
Not much orange in the trees, but is was nice to catch BLE tunnel motor at Proctor.
According to reports, no fatalities in the wreck of 4663.
The Oakway SD60s have been moved -- six to the Susquehanna, a bunch to CN, some are still in Northtown, so SD75s, Ms and Is are left to make up the dead line.
Just off the plane, I scoot to Northtown. The SD60s are being moved around. Six to the Susquehanna, a bunch to Canadian National. After this spin on the turntable, who knows where 9019 is heade... (more)
Splitting the signals on the final leg of the 47 mile trip from Babbit to Silver Bay.
One of three cosmetically restored Yellowstones in the area. The one residing in Two Harbors looks great in fresh grey and black. Perhaps this one could get the same treatment.
What a welcome sight! A raw ore train on the NSM with a blue NSM on the nose of the leader.
Fooey on superstition of the day. A sun hole opens at the perfect time.
The 215 and mate have replaced the slug set as yard goats for Proctor. Here they are shuttling 86 cars around. Nice running into missabefan and kmad on the bridge.
A brisk February afternoon at Proctor Yard.
Two SD40-2s and a TEBC6 head off for hump duty as storms surround the Twin Cities.
On a clear day atop Skyline drive, you can see for miles and miles and miles and miles. Oh yea, and the Rice's Point switchers working the evening shift.