Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
A Duluth & Iron Range RR Pass Card from 1894.
A postcard photo of the D&IR "3 Spot" locomotive on display near Duluth, Minnesota.
Duluth and Iron Range Railroad
The Duluth and Iron Range Railroad (reporting mark D&IR) was founded in 1874.
In 1884, it ran the first main line train between Two Harbors and Soudan, Minnesota, a total distance of 68 miles. In July 1938, the railway merged with the Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway to form the Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway.
An earlier postcard rendition of the "3 Spot", the first locomotive on the Duluth & Iron Range Railroad.
A Dulth and Iron Range Parlor Car, circa 1906.
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