Screaming along the shores of Lake Superior, DMIR 332 leads the first AM excursion past Fitzgers with a full train of people during UP 4014’s visit to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range’s Steelton Switch, powered by three EMD SDs with SD18 No. 188 on the point, is returning from interchanging cars with the Soo Line at their Stinson Yard and passes r... (more)
CN's Miscellaneous Road Freight led by DMIR 405, nears Keenan just south of Iron Junction, MN. This trackage is the former DM&IR mainline south from the Mesabi Iron Range to Duluth. CN also uses t... (more)
CN's Miscellaneous Road Freight led by DMIR 405, an SD40-3, i.e., a rebuilt SD45-2T, makes good time west of Biwabik near Gilbert, MN as it heads from Two Harbors to Keenan Yard. Ample power for i... (more)
The Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range was known for its short wooden cabooses, as well as being the first or one of the first railroads to acquire wide vision cupola cabooses in 1952. They ran behind s... (more)
DMIR 406 has pulled its empty ore cars off the CN ore dock located in the Duluth harbor. The train is awaiting clearance to proceed up Proctor Hill and return to Proctor Yard. Later a different cr... (more)
DMIR 406 pulls empty ore cars from the CN ore dock located in the Duluth harbor. The dock is the last operable one in Duluth. Under the dock is trackage used by CN, CP, BNSF and UP to access Dulut... (more)
DMIR 215 and 403 pair up to switch Proctor Yard manifest freight for CN. The two units are the last on CN's roster still sporting both DMIR nos. and colors. An occasional visitor to the Duluth are... (more)
North Shore Scenic's Duluth Zephyr passing by Fitgers brewery complex along Lake Superior.
Two Canadian National ore trains meet one-another near Mountain Iron, MN. The front train is crewless loaded with ore for Duluth while the back one is empty heading for the Arcelor Mittal Minorca ... (more)
DM&IR 332 hustles up the North Shore towards Two Harbors on a rainy fall afternoon. Nicely proportioned and LOUD, this was the last time the 332 was used on a passenger train (due to many factors... (more)
DMIR 403 and 215 are paired together for the E lead switch job as it basks in the evening light
In an extremely rare move, DMIR 212 and 211, SD38-2's, lead stone loads up Proctor Hill in golden hour. What a show!
DMIR 193 leads the Two Harbors turn out of downtown Duluth.
DNE 28/DMIR 332 is preparing to couple up to their train for the day.