With the rugged Mission Range behind it, Montana Rail Link’s night gas local runs westbound along the Flathead River near Dixon at McDonald, Montana, on June 29, 2019.
A trio of MRL SD35s are eastbound on the 10th Sub just a bit east of Dixon with the Gas Local. The three SDs will make quick work of Evaro Hill as they make their way back to Missoula
An eastbound BNSF coal train speeds through Dixon, MT on its way along MRL's 10th Subdivision.
Montana Rail Link's eastbound gas local curves along the Flathead River through McDonald near Dixon, Montana, on October 15, 2017
With spring maintenance windows in effect on MRL's 4th Subdivision, both Day and Night Gas trains moved to an earlier schedule to ensure their turn between Missoula and Thompson Falls. On this aft... (more)
Horsepower! This spot also has the wye to the famed 11th Subdivision, but it merely hosts stored oil cans now.
The Montana Rail Link's morning gas local makes time along the steaming Flathead River near Dixon, Montana. The sunrise has just peaked over the small, low-rolling mountains connected to the Missi... (more)
Along the Flathead River, Montana Rail Link’s gas local heads east on the Tenth Subdivision near Dixon, Montana, at McDonald on September 24, 2007.
With the formidable Mission Mountains dominating the horizon to the east, four SD40-2's lead the westbound Night Gas along the tranquil waters of the Flathead River in the fading evening light jus... (more)
Beneath the incredible backdrop of the Mission Mountains far to the east, a rare quartet of SD40-2's lead the westbound Night Gas through one of the few remaining locations with sunlight along the... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s gas local flies though the snow at Dixon, Montana, on a cold February 9, 2014. On the lead is MRL’s only EMD SDP40, No. 290.
MRL happened to run a passenger special for the Montana Special Olympics during Our visit.They ran from Missoula west to Dixon and wyed there and went back to Missoula.
MRL's night gas local heads off into the sunset.
Just moments before the sun slipped behind the mountains at 2107hrs, MRL's night gas local rolls along the Flathead River just went of Dixon, MT with a four pack of SD40-2s.
Airplanes stay afloat! KCS 4817 and a BNSF GP39 lead a Boeing special over the 10th Subdivision. This train was the hottest train on the railroad after the major derailment on MRL's 4th Sub... (more)