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The Duluth, Missabe and Northern railroad yards at Proctor Minnesota, 1900
The Duluth, Missabe and Northern railroad yards at Proctor Minnesota, 1900
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


General view, Proctor Minnesota, 1909
General view, Proctor Minnesota, 1909
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Street scene, Main Street, Proctor Minnesota, 1910?
Street scene, Main Street, Proctor Minnesota, 1910?
Courtesy Northwest Minnesota Historical Center - click image to enlarge


Ore trains in #161 yard at Proctor Minnesota, 1910
Ore trains in #161 yard at Proctor Minnesota, 1910
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Ore trains in railroad yard at Proctor, Engine Number Seven, 1910
Ore trains in railroad yard at Proctor, Engine Number Seven, 1910
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Number 151 railroad yard at Proctor filled with ore trains, 1910
Number 151 railroad yard at Proctor filled with ore trains, 1910
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Railroad yards at Proctor; old car repair shop in foreground, 1910
Railroad yards at Proctor; old car repair shop in foreground, 1910
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Iron ore cars in Duluth Missabe and Northern Railroad yards at Proctor, 1910
Iron ore cars in Duluth Missabe and Northern Railroad yards at Proctor, 1910
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway shop, Proctor Minnesota, 1915
Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway shop, Proctor Minnesota, 1915
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Car wheel lathe in Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway shop, Proctor, 1915
Car wheel lathe in Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway shop, Proctor, 1915
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Steam Locomotive - Duluth Missabe and Northern Mallet no. 207 at Proctor Minnesota, 1915
Steam Locomotive - Duluth Missabe and Northern Mallet no. 207 at Proctor Minnesota, 1915
Courtesy Northeast Minnesota Historical Center - click image to enlarge


Iron ore cars in Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway yards at Proctor, 1920
Iron ore cars in Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway yards at Proctor, 1920
Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society - click image to enlarge or purchase


Duluth Missabe and Northern Railroad Depot, Proctor Minnesota, 1920?
Duluth Missabe and Northern Railroad Depot, Proctor Minnesota, 1920?
Courtesy Northeast Minnesota Historical Center - click image to enlarge


"Most up-to-date railroad shop in the US", Proctor Minnesota, 1920's?
"Most up-to-date railroad shop in the US", Proctor Minnesota, 1920's?
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Large type of engine used by D. M. & N. Railway, Proctor Minnesota, 1920's?
Large type of engine used by D. M. & N. Railway, Proctor Minnesota, 1920's?
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Auto polo at the Proctor fair, 1923
Auto polo at the Proctor fair, 1923
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Parade float promoting the Proctor fair, 1930
Parade float promoting the Proctor fair, 1930
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Iron Ore Cars in D. M. & N. R. R. Yards at Proctor Minnesota, 1930
Iron Ore Cars in D. M. & N. R. R. Yards at Proctor Minnesota, 1930
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Reinforced concrete city hall, Proctor Minnesota, 1940
Reinforced concrete city hall, Proctor Minnesota, 1940
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Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Railway train leaving Proctor Minnesota, 1940
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Railway was formed by the merger of the Duluth and Iron Range Railway (D&IR) and Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway (DM&N) in 1938. It was a railroad operating in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin to haul iron ore and later taconite to the Great Lakes port of Duluth, Minnesota, and Two Harbors, Minnesota. DM&IR train is shown leaving Proctor, Minnesota, 1940.
Courtesy New Brighton Area Historical Society - click image to enlarge


Round house, Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway, Proctor Minnesota, 1940's
Round house, Duluth, Missabe and Northern Railway, Proctor Minnesota, 1940's
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The last Duluth streetcar, Proctor Minnesota, 1960
The last Duluth streetcar. When the Duluth streetcars were abandoned in 1939, the Duluth, Missaba & Iron Range Railroad bought car 268, installed a diesel engine, and used it to transport employees around its Proctor rail yard and shop complex. 1960.
Courtesy Minnesota Streetcar Museum -  click image to enlarge


Welcome Sign, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
Welcome Sign, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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City Hall, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
City Hall, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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Golf Course, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
Golf Course, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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Street scene, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
Street scene, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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Street scene, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
Street scene, Proctor Minnesota, 2009
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