The engineer on LSM #46 keeps an eye on the ROW as it slowly trundles along the St. Louis River south of Duluth, MN in July of 2000. Despite being the smaller of the two museums in Duluth, it is w... (more)
Thick fog greets the first run of the LS&M excursion train for the 2014 season. The remote control sign reflects BNSF switch jobs that also use this former Northern Pacific track. Number 46 is a 5... (more)
The LS&M's centercab (actually a 50-ton model) fights high grass at the end of the line as it runs around its train. This is a former NP line (the first railroad route into Duluth).
It is hard to beat a beautiful fall day in Minnesota and what better way to spend it by riding in an open gondola.
LS&M centercab runs around its train on a soggy Sunday.
The LS&M's center cab GE seemingly floats above Mud Lake as it makes it was over a causeway near New Duluth.
Nothing like a good old fashioned spring blizzard to get one thinking about the summer tourist train season.
Under threatening skies the LS&M tourist train snakes along the St. Louis River.
Stranded. After record rain hit in June this year BNSF tracks both east and west of the Tate & Lyle chemical plant in western Duluth were washed out stranding 6 tank cars. Also washed out was the... (more)
Big meets small as the LS&M's GE centercab rolls a cut of empty Detroit Edison coal cars out of BNSF's Mikes Yard in West Duluth. The tourist railroad is storing a train of hoppers this winter as ... (more)
Duluth's other tourist railroad in West Duluth along the St. Louis River. Cruising along with 2 ex-Missabe cars and a converted flat car, beautiful day for a ride.
LS&M #46 waits to get rolling as people from the National Railroad Historical Society board the trailing passenger cars.
The Lake Superior & Mississippi's tourist train passes under the ex-DM&IR bridge near Oliver, on its outbound journey to West Duluth with a special NRHS Convention charter. The older woman at the... (more)
The Lake Superior & Mississippi 46 rests with lightweight Santa Fe RPO 57. I hope they redo that Santa Fe paint job!
LS&M's loco awaits it's next season in West Duluth.