Welcome to Havre, MT........ Along the Former GN's now BNSF's Hi Line across Montana is a town by the name of Havre, Home to a BNSF Yard and a Shop, along with the Amtrak station that the east and... (more)
Powered by three Burlington Northern EMD SD40-2s—Nos. 8089, 7877 and 7892—Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 52 approaches the west end of Havre Yard, Montana, on the autumn day of October 6, ... (more)
Our Latest Amtrak Trip! Amtrak's Westbound 'Empire Builder', with AMTK 151 & 817 on the point, stands at Havre, MT, fuelled & ready for its haul over the Great Divide. This photo is from th... (more)
BN plow units rest with the rotary snowplow in Havre in May of 1990.
BNSF C44-9W 5280 and SD70ACe 9006 have no issues getting their Havre-Minot manifest up to 60 per, just moments after leaving the yard at Havre.
Operating a day early (!), BNSF's Havre, MT - Minot, ND manifest gets rolling on the Milk River Sub, minutes after departing its origin yard.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 52 approaches the west end of Havre Yard, Montana, on October 6, 1996. Three Burlington Northern EMD SD40-2s power the intermodal; Nos. 8089, 7877 and 7892.
The westbound builder takes on fuel at Havre.
The BN EMPIRE BUILDERS pass in winter just east of Havre, Montana.
A couple of pushers bring up the rear of a grain train through wide open wheat fields of the eastern part of Montana.
Eastbound Empire Builder
Another Great Northern inspired paint scheme.
9. Highway 2 cement mile post mark mile #110 as I see another east bound train heading away from the Rocky Mountains.
10. The western landscape is the home of grain elevators that tower above the plains and mark the right-away of the railroads. No matter how flat the plains look to the eye, a long train can tell... (more)
11. James J. Hill stands in front of BNSF's Havre yard office building making sure no one scratches any of the vehicles in his lot.