Rising above the provincial line between Quebec and Ontario, and also Ontario Northland’s Kirkland Lake Subdivision, stands the 1729’ Mont Chaudron (or Mount Cheminis).
Formed in the most re... (more)
Nicknamed the “Burma Road” by train crews, Ontario Northland’s Kirkland Lake Subdivision doesn’t have a straight or flat mile.
The Kirkland Lake Sub was built in the early 1900’s as ... (more)
The working crew of plow 560 poses with Tim Hortons in hand at Kapuskasing.
ONR plow no. 560 catches some late rays of sun as it rolls through Hallebourg.
ONR's wedge no. 560 has the nose down and breaks up ice buildup west of Kapuskasing, ON. It was rumored that this specific plow hadn’t been used in 6 years, and only got used because the snow fi... (more)
Empties work up the stiff grade of Proctor Hill behind a trio of SD40 variants.
Three SD40's trot under the former DWP at Munger with pellets on the drawbars.
Three EMD veterans lead a loaded ore train over the Cloquet River.
Flocked trees line the frozen Whiteface River as a southbound ore train makes its way down the Missabe Sub.
A literal steam train. A trio of SD40's lead 138 freshly baked taconite pellets from Cleveland-Cliffs Fairlane facility on a frigid December morning.
A quartet of C40-8's have conquered Proctor Hill with a train of Difco's loaded with limestone for Minntac.
A quartet of ex-Chicago Northwestern C40-8's shove to Missabe Junction with limestone loads for US Steel's Minntac Mine. Interlake Steamship Co's "James R. Barker" sits backed onto Dock ... (more)
Freshly baked pellets and raw unprocessed ore meet at Cleveland-Cliffs Fairlane Processing Plant.
The engineer of BLE 904 puts the throttle in the 8th notch and his EMD veterans billow clouds of spent diesel fuel in an effort to accelerate 57 blast furnace trim loads towards Two Harbors.
The conductor of a southbound local freight checks for defects on a northbound hot shot on a cold Winter night.