The R921 taking the signal coming off CN dock 6 while notching up to head back up Proctor hill and the yard there while nearing the end of daylight on this the shortest day of the year..
BNSF uses one of their ex-GN snow dozers to clear Mikes Yard in West Duluth after a heavy snow. BNSF 2051 is former Milwaukee Road GP40 2011.
The Christmas City Express reverses past Harbor Drive.
Great Northern SD45 400 "Hustle Muscle" plows the North Shore Scenic Railroad line prior to the arrival of DEEX coal cars for temporary winter storage. Number 400 is owned by the Great N... (more)
The days are numbered for Duluth's Bridge Yard, originally owned by Northern Pacific, as Interstate 35 is under construction and will ultimately cover most of the property. However, that is not st... (more)
UP big boy 4014 sits on display in Duluth.
A trio of EMDs take limestone loads up Proctor hill.
A loaded taconite train descends down Proctor Hill.
Taking a break from the SRG Birthday Express, the SOO 2500 poses in perfect evening light. It was built in 1949 as an EMD demonstrator locomotive, numbered 7001. Soo Line bought 7001 and renumber... (more)
The D&NE 28 poses as DM&IR 332 at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum for a night photo session. The restored 2-8-0 (consolidation) locomotive was built in 1906 by the Pittsburgh Works of American L... (more)
DMIR 193 leads the Duluth Zephyr out of downtown Duluth.
Locomotive "William Crooks.". The locomotive "William Crooks" has the distinction of not only being the first steam locomotive to operate in the State of Minnesota, but also one of the last... (more)
Locomotive "Minnetonka." The 0-4-0, wood-burning, Saddle Tanker "Minnetonka" was the first locomotive to see service for the Northern Pacific Railway. Weighing a scant 1... (more)
DM&IR 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" Engineer's Station. Here's a detailed view of the Engineer's Station on board DM&IR #227, a massive 2-8-8-4 Yellowstone Locomotive, located in the main... (more)
DM&IR 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" Fireman's Station. Here's a detailed view of the Fireman's Station on board DM&IR #227, a massive 2-8-8-4 Yellowstone Locomotive, located in the main e... (more)