Montana Limestone Company’s SD50F Nos. 5404 and 5438 bask in the afternoon sun at Warren, Montana, on June 24, 2016. These two former Canadian National locomotives operate on the private railroad ... (more)
Montana Limestone units at Warren, MT.
A pair of DMVW workhorses cruise down one of the Cleveland causeways with coal empties for Falkirk. These unique covered hoppers haul coal from the mine on the DMVW north of Bismarck to a small po... (more)
Along the scenic Thompson River is a westbound Canadian National freight west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on September 27, 2001. Power on the train is a pair of EMD SD50Fs, Nos. 5443 and ... (more)
The Max Turn has reached the end of its work day, and the crew is happily relieved of their duties just south of Garrison, ND. Their day will resume from this spot tomorrow. The DMVR is the only... (more)
A westbound Canadian National intermodal train exits a tunnel and immediately crosses Ainslie Creek over a high bridge in rugged Frasier Canyon near Martinson, British Columbia, on September 28, 2... (more)
A Canadian National westbound almost touches the U.S. border at the very top of Maine as it passes through Estcourt, Quebec. The road is just inside Canada, while the houses on the right, due to a... (more)
DMVW's southbound Max Turn has stopped for the day and the crew departed back to Bismarck. They will return the next day to continue the journey back south with this former CN SD50F.
DMVW's Max Turn heads south behind a former CN SD50F and a pair of SD40-3s, seen here at Garrison, not far from where the crew will law out on the day's journey.
A handsome pair of DMVW SD50F's have finished working the ethanol plant here and are heading south to Bismark.
A handsome pair of DMVW SD50F's have finished working the ethanol plant and head back to the mainline.
A handsome pair of DMVW SD50F's roll south with traffic off the CP at Max.Most of the train will stay here at Falkirk and the ethanol plant here.
Rocking and rolling on former Soo Line rails, two SD50F's have the Max Wayfreight at 10MPH, heading South through Washburn on a warm Spring afternoon.