After getting the air charged up, the North Shore Scenic brings a set of coal hoppers out of storage and back to the BNSF at Rice Point.
A very colorful consist leads this BNSF train south towards Terminal Railroads Madison Yard.
A patched SSW geep leads the YSL-53 down the hill to Lesperance Street Yard.
The last DMIR painted SD38-2 hustles limestone empties south.
A classic geep leads a transfer towards Rices Point yard.This veteran now resides on Respondeks Port Harbor Railroad and will be back running soon.
TRRA power and crew sits on the point of the Polar Express train at Union Station.
This old 1967 built geep wears another new number.She looks kind of plain right now, but will be lettered up in the spring.She gets the job done for Us ,day after day.
3 20 cylinder EMDs leased to BNSF lead a westbound over the Fish Creek Trestle.
An Alton & Southern transfer heads out of Gateway Yard with a train for the CSX.
The LSE59 is working Its biggest customer, the US Silica plant in Pacific.A pair of old MoPac geeps provide the power for this job on old MoPac Rails.
The local to Pacific heads out of Lesperance Street yard and passes under the south approach to the TRRA MacArthur Bridge.
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.
A pair of MRLs classic geeps wheel the Paradise local east to work at St. Regis.
We lucked into this MRL Special, being run for the Montana Special Olympics.They ran out to Dixon on the 10th Sub ,wyed and returned to Missoula.
The classic #290 leads the Jimbo train east.