Loaded and empty ore trains meet at Biwabik, each with a trio of CN C40-8s.
A very cold morning as steaming pellets from U.S. Steel Minntac glide across the frozen landscape behind a trio of Dash 8's heading for Two Harbors, MN.
A U789 from Minntac rolls south down the CN Iron Range sub on Christmas Day 2020. The steam from the fresh baked taconite pellets, the wind blown snow from the passing train and the low sun angle... (more)
Loads from the Minorca mine round the bend and come into view as they are about to duck under county road 666 and knock the signal down and Nugget on the CN Iron Range sub.
CN 2040 and crew with 145 ore cars following is running north on the CN Iron Range sub on this nice Christmas morning.
Coming down the mountain from U.S. Steel Minntac at m.p. 5 on the CN Minntac sub, CN 2040 leads 145 ore cars filled to capacity on a frost covered afternoon as they head for Two Harbors, MN.
Some dense fog covers the fall landscape across the northern portion of the CN Iron Range sub as an empty ore train cruises along.
CN 2040 is back underway north after a rolling meet with taconite loads heading south on the CN Iron Range sub at Biwabik, MN.
After meeting it's counterpart CN 2006 and their loads, CN 2040 with their empties knocks down the signal at N. Biwabik as they continue on their way north on the way up the CN Iron Sub.
CN 2040 charges north up the CN Iron Range sub on a dreary afternoon to load taconite pellets.
A northbound mty ore train for U.S. Steel Minntac runs through some remaining fall color and the remnants from the first snow to fall across NE Minnesota's Iron Range.
Ore vs. Oil at Ramshaw. Oil empties, U734, wait in the clear as taconite loads, U793, cross over the ex-DWP Rainy Sub while on the ex-DMIR Iron Range Sub.
A C40-8 leads a local freight south on the Missabe Sub as it crosses over the frozen Whiteface River in Kelsey, Minnesota.
CN C40-8 2040 sits outside the PLS shop in East Chicago.
Canadian National Tank Train U761 heads North through the Mississippi Delta at Sisloff Junction, MS. With a pair of CN C40-8's leading a CN SD75I