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A collection of photos taken over the years of the DM&IR. The Missabe was my hometown railroad and I spent many evenings watching DM&IR trains switch Endion Yard near my home. The Missabe was purchased by the CN on May 10, 2004. RIP.

By Dave Schauer


Missabe Loads at Allen Junction

DMIR 410 and DMIR 417 lead Two Harbors bound taconite loads through Allen Junction
August 3, 2007

Missabe Taconite Empties

DMIR 400 and DMIR 416 northbound with taconite empties for United Taconite in Eveleth, MN passing over the Whiteface River at Kelsey, MN.


Missabe Thunderbird Loads

Loads of raw taconite from Thunderbird North Mine in Eveleth traveling to United Taconite plant. DMIR 206 and DMIR 213 from the Highway 37 overpass between Iron Junction and Keenan.


Missabe Work Train

DMIR 308 and DMIR 200 southbound through Iron Junction, MN with a welded rail train. August 3, 2007


Missabe in HD 2008

 

Missabe in HD shot on February 22nd, 2008. Video includes:

 

DM&IR 412/CN 405/DM&IR 403 Limestone empties

DM&IR 214/211 T-Bird

DM&IR 303/308 T-Bird

BLE 903/CN 400 Utac Load

DM&IR 200/201/CN 407/DM&IR 410 Tac Empties

 

Photographer: Jamie Anderson

Editor: Shawn Christie


Missabe in HD

Missabe in HD shot on January 11th, 2008. Video includes:

 

Limestone Empties with DM&IR 403, 215, 412 in Proctor and Duluth.

Limestone from Proctor to the range with DM&IR 213, BLE 903 and CN 400.

T-Bird empties with DM&IR 212 and 214.

 

By Shawn Christie


Preview from Railfanning the Upper Great Lakes Volume 1 of the DM&IR

 

This is a preview from Railfanning the Upper Great Lakes Volume 1 of the DM&IR. The production covers the trip by Ken Bealer of Allentown to the upper great lakes area in 1983. Featured is the DM&IR, Hi-nose Alco C628's on the Chicago & Northwestern and Alcos last stand on the Green Bay & Western.

The Unforgettable Missabe Road

A collection of photos taken over the years of the DM&IR. The Missabe was my hometown railroad and I spent many evenings watching DM&IR trains switch Endion Yard near my home. The Missabe was purchased by the CN on May 10, 2004. RIP. By David Schauer.