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Date: 02/10/19 23:10
More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: MartyBernard

1. Canadian National SD40 5024 crossing the Rainy River from Canada into the United States at Ranier, MN on January 22, 1981.

2 and 3. Erie Mining Company F9A 4214, F9B 4223 and 3 more and a train at Taconite Harbor, MN on June 28, 1983.



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Date: 02/10/19 23:10
Re: More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: MartyBernard

4. Green Bay Western  RS-3 308 and Kewaunee, Green Bay Western RS-11 309 in Green Bay, WI on October 20, 1963.

5. Great Northern's Gopher northbound at 6:45 pm on the Kettle River Bridge at Sandstone, MN on August 3, 1963.

6. Duluth & Northeastern RR SW1000 35 and blowout caboose 07 crossing Hwy 33 north of Cloquet, MN on July 22, 1983.


Enjoy Wailt's photos,
Marty Bernard

 



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Date: 02/11/19 07:41
Re: More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: MILW16

More wonderful pictures from the past.  Gotta love the Rambler station wagon in photo 4.

As always, thanks for posting all these great photo Marty.



Date: 02/11/19 12:21
Re: More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: King_Coal

Talk about intrepid rail fanning. You really had to be a hero to catch a train at Ranier, MN in the middle of January!



Date: 02/11/19 12:28
Re: More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: MartyBernard

Walt is a Minnisotan.  He was probably wearing shorts and a T-shirt that day.   Marty



Date: 02/11/19 13:46
Re: More Interesting Trains From Walt Dunlap
Author: RodneyZona

Nice shots!  Old GN RR passenger train and engine crews based in the Twin Ports, MN and worked to and from the Twin Cities, MN. Photo#5.
 



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