A former GB&W RS-2 headed for Milwaukee leads the Lake Superior Railroad Museum's ex-DM&IR SD18 193, GN NW-5 192 and DM&IR combine W-24, which are headed to Proctor for winter storage.
The morning Roadswitch heads for Proctor with some museum pieces and loaded bentonite hoppers in tow.
The morning Roadswitch lugs 24 side dump cars loaded with fluxstone for Minntac up Proctor Hill. The removed second main track grade is visible, but the used rail remains.
Morning Proctor Roadswitch returns home after delivering 18 loads of taconite concentrate to the UP at South Itasca.
Morning Proctor Roadswitch curves through new track aligment at Saunders while new CN 8020 waits to enter the mainline in the distance.
A recently washed ex-Missabe unit leads the morning Proctor Roadswitch into Wisconsin across the double-deck Oliver Bridge.
Headed back to Proctor with BNSF interchange.
Proctor Hill with nice fall color.
With Lake Superior and Duluth's landmark Aerial Lift Bridge in the distance, 401 leads limestone loads up the 2.2% of Proctor Hill.
The day job roadswitch rolls down Steelton Hill with 26 cars of taconite concentrate for the UP.
After dropping the history train in Proctor, the roadswitch returned to Duluth and retrieved limestone loads for Minorca.
The St. Louis County "History Train" moves to its first stop in Proctor. The car is a restored NP baggage car with a photo history of the county.
Morning Roadswitch with two passenger cars for the Duluth museum.
Morning Roadswitch at Missabe Junction with BNSF interchange.