Waiting to see the eastbound BNSF geometry train (seen here and here... (more)
Hugging the Clark Fork River, this geometry train motors along at 40 mph. View more here
A geometry train led by BNSF 8143 maintains track speed eastbound towards Missoula. We first saw this train (two cars and a unit) in Thompson Falls. For nearly 50 miles we followed it. Here on ... (more)
My photo #800! An MRL train winds itself downgrade towards Missoula just south of Arlee.
When I left town, Missoula's trackage and yard had been owned by the MRL for only two years - given up by the Burlington Northern. Returning 23 years later, all I find is BNSF trains. This grain... (more)
Cresting the hill, a stack train heads towards the west coast.
The much anticipated and chased Daylight gives railfans a steam bath.
A pair of Geeps in two schemes return to Northtown. Thanks for the correction.
A Herzog semi prepares track equipment in the foreground as the Pasco, WA to Northtown train enters the yard.
BNSF 1512 lends a helping hand to the GE duet.
A Progressive Rail industrial service has a loaner CP/Soo Line MP15AC.
Georgetown Rail Works "Slot Machine" trains have been busy all around the Metro. Preparations for heavy rail commuter trains and flooding calls for trackwork.
Two Geeps run around to the front of their train, special logo still proudly displayed, as Minneapolis sits on the horizon.
A lone SD40-2 pushes back a GREX ballast dumper as a CP ES44AC builds its intermodal train.
Two IC&E units, running and occupied cling to the rear of a CP train as it enters Humboldt.