A BNSF train crosses over the Clark Fork River at appropriately named Clark Fork, Idaho. This is MRL's 4th Subdivision, former Northern Pacific.
An eastbound BNSF stack train rolls along the MRL as the sun burns through early morning clouds.
A pair of NS GEs look pretty sharp in the scenery found along MRL's ex-NP line along the Clark Fork River in western Montana.
Westbound grain loads get a shove from this DP unit on MRL.
This former GN SDP40 rolls west with a work train along the ex-NP in western Montana between Noxon and Heron.
The Montana Rail Link hauls BNSF's Memphis, TN - South Seattle, WA stack train along a placid Clark Fork River west of Toole, Montana.
MRL 346 an SD45 and an SD40 roll east along the Clark Fork with the morning gas train returning from the unloading facility at the east end of Thompson Falls, MT to Missoula. It will return later ... (more)
Trotting East along the Clark Fork River and the 4th Sub, MRL 4312 East has 21 gasoline empties and 9 diesel fuel empties at track speed on a cold Winter morning.
Westbound between Eddy and Woodlin MRL's Paradise local prepares to work the Thompson River Lumber Company just a few miles ahead.
MRL 403 leads this passenger special off Evaro Hill and the 10th Sub and into Missoula.
Night gas loads arrive at Pipeline.
Night gas loads pass through Plains
Paradise Local ran to Thompson Falls before sunrise to get around daylight MOW. Train will now head down to Saint Regis. It's passing the junction with the 10th Sub.