The now-defunct Montana Daylight train rolls across the Clark Fork River on Bridge 208 near Donlan, Montana, at 2:45 p.m., on September 3, 1999. Leading the train, which includes two dome cars, is one-of-a-kind GP19-1 no. 151. The 151 is a rebuilt former Northern Pacific GP9. Unfortunately, this locomotive was scrapped in 2008 after rear-ending a set out that was made by the BNSF Chicago-Laurel Z train while the 151 was working the Billings switch job. The last car of the Z train (a TOFC) rode up on the nose of the 151 and ripped open the cab.