The sun is shining on a March morning as former Illinois Central SD40-3 6252, still wearing the "death star" paint scheme, leads loaded ore train U717 through the s-curve just south of C... (more)
CN 5337 leads the Miscellaneous Rail Freight (MRF) back to Proctor after a winter storm blankets the area with a foot of heavy snow.
A loaded taconite train kicks up some fresh snow along with steam from the warm pellets.
A short southbound freight, headed by a still BLE painted motor, races through Culver.
BLE 909 makes it's way to Proctor, MN through the scenic countryside with a short local in tow.
BLE 909 leads the MRF local south through Culver on a muggy afternoon.
A load of taconite heads south for Proctor with a rebuild GMD SD40 leading.
A trio of DMIR tunnel motors and 135 DMIR built ore cars full of taconite pellets traveling down the Missabe Sub from the Iron Range to Proctor.
CN SD40-2W 5244 leads ore empties near the small town of Culver.
An Illinois Central SD40-3 in death star paint leads loaded taconite ore train as it passes through a s-curve just south of Culver, Minnesota on its way to Duluth.
A trio of SD40 variants (leader being ex IC) bring ore loads south through Culver.
Gliding through the S curve at Culver, MN as the snow falls.
BLE 909 adds to the spectacular fall colors as this empty taconite train makes its way north for another load of pellets at United Taconite.
A southbound ore train from United Taconite's Fairlane mine rolls down the Missabe Subdivision through an S curve on a beautiful September morning.
And on a snowy afternoon, a trio of Dash 8's hustle an empty limestone train through the same curves.