This is one of only three surviving DM&IR Yellowstones
|SteamLocomotive.com||The best web source for information on American prototype steam engines|
|The Missabe Railroad Historical Society - the 'official' historical society of the Duluth Missabe & Iron Range Railway and its predecessors.|
| the un"Official" Denver & Rio Grande Western web site.|
( DM&IR leased Yellowstones to the D&RGW. )
|BENCHMARK MODELS PRESENTS: The DM&IR "Yellowstone" - A superbly handcrafted brass model imported for the Serious "N" Scale Modeler available since August 2004. Available in the M3 and M4 versions in eight different road numbers. |
I have mine! Pictures:        
|The Great River Valley System - an N-Trak model railroad club in the Minnesota Twin Cities area. Damian, one of their members, has a common interest in the DM&IR and has modeled a Yellowstone using the ConCor Big Boy. He supplied me with the winged herald decals for my DM&IR Yellowstone project.|
MODEL MANUFACTURERS INFORMATION (FOR KITBASHING)
|Bachmann Industries Trains - Manufacturers of fine N Scale equipment. |
Although larger than the drive wheels on a Yellowstone, their 4-8-4 Northern steam locomotive could provide the drive wheels for the Yellowstone.
|ConCor - A top quality N Scale manufacturer that has a Centipede tender to match the ones used with the DMIR Yellowstones.|
Con-Cor also models a Northern 4-8-4 that could be used for modeling the Yellowstone engine.
|Micro-Trains - Coupler conversion kit number 1114 is used for the Con-Cor Centipede tender.|
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