BLE 906 leads a loaded ore train out of Fairlane down the Missabe Sub.
A trio of BLE tunnel motors lead stone loads north into the setting sun.
BLE 867 works a pulldown at Kirk Yard in Gary.
As the sun sets on the Missabe and paints the sky brilliant shades of pink and purple, Bessemer & Lake Erie tunnel motor 906 leads the U716 with ore empties as it takes the diverging route at Sout... (more)
A duo of BLE tunnel motors lead a T-Bird South through Eveleth.
A duo of BLE tunnel motors lead a T-Bird South through Iron Junction in a Spring snowstorm.
Built in May of 1973, The BLE 878 still performs service for CN Rail. In 2004 CN acquired the Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad and now the 878 has found its way onto The "J". The face of... (more)
My great, great uncle Robert F. McKee, Sr., was a design engineer at Baldwin and he would give my father different Baldwin Locomotive Works builder's cards when my father would visit him in Collin... (more)
The engineer of BLE 904 puts the throttle in the 8th notch and his EMD veterans billow clouds of spent diesel fuel in an effort to accelerate 57 blast furnace trim loads towards Two Harbors.
Peak Fall color and a matched trio of BLE tunnel motors cannot be beat.
A trio of BLE SD40-3's (rebuilt SD45T-2 Tunnel Motors of SP heritage) leads a southbound empty limestone train over the bridge at Kelsey, MN.
The infamous BLE trio of 906, 904, and 909 takes a set of empty limestone down Proctor Hill.
Prcotor switch taking some limestone empties down Prcotor Hill at Spirit Mountain.
A trio of BLE Tunnel Motors heading north with limestone bound for Minorca.
A trio of BLE Tunnel Motors take some limestone empties over the Cloquet River at Burnett.