After a very successful two-year display period at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, a replica of President Lincoln's funeral car is being shipped by truck to its next viewing location in Antioch... (more)
Great Northern NW5 No. 192 pauses during switching at Duluth, Minnesota, at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum on June 10, 2016. Only 13 rare EMD NW5s were built between December 1946 and February ... (more)
Notching up the hill out of Duluth.
Great Northern NW5 No. 192 switches cars for the Lester River Turn, also known as the “Duluth Zephyr,” at Duluth Minnesota, on June 10, 2016. Only 13 rare EMD NW5s were built between December 1946... (more)
A restored Great Northern 192 pulls an excursion on the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
Orange meets orange with a family connection as GN 192 guides a North Shore Scenic Railroad passenger train into the siding while a special Operation Lifesaver train holds the mainline. The OLS tr... (more)
I'm pretty sure GN didn't have this in mind when they received their unique NW-5s with steam generators, although this streamlined train sure looks nice. The Lake Superior Railroad Museum's restor... (more)
A sharp looking GN passenger train lead by a rare restored NW-5 was assembled for a railfan weekend sponsored by the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth, coordinated by Steve Glischinski.
After another day full of various excursion runs between Duluth and different points along the North Shore of Lake Superior, NSSR workers move cars around in the yard at the Depot getting ready fo... (more)
GN 192 sits inside the shops at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum getting some prime mover work done.
Where I work. NW5 is getting its engine worked on again, as we hold a certain blue guy hostage...
Some of the many "toys" of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum and Depot in downtown Duluth.
After 3 1/2 years of work, the former Great Northern NW5 #192 was nearly completely rebuilt engine wise. June 6th, 2011 was the first time she was moved under load in nearly 4 years, and will take... (more)
Control stand of the GN 192