A westbound loaded coal train rounds the giant curve at Austin, starting the snaking climbing portion of Mullan Pass.
Westbound grain loads pass through Muir on their way towards the summit of Bozeman Pass, with the still snow capped mountains serving as a backdrop.
An Eastbound freight passes through the interlocking at West End and is about to duck into Bozeman Tunnel below, topping the pass and heading towards Livingston on the 2nd Sub.
The Livingston helper cuts off of the Missoula-Laurel freight just west of Livingston, after giving them some assistance over Bozeman Pass.
A 4 pack of MRL SD70ACe’s lead the Eastbound Missoula to Laurel freight down Bozeman Pass
Westbound coal loads make the run out of Livingston on their way towards Bozeman Pass, trying to leave the extremely threatening skies behind.
A westbound coal train pops out of the tunnel at the top of Bozeman Pass, topping the hill and starting their descent into Bozeman.
Westbound coal loads grind up Bozeman Pass while gusty showers make their way through Livingston behind them.
A westbound BNSF coal train passes through Redtail Road just west of Livingston, Montana, on MRL’s 2nd Sub, with gusty showers off to the East
Eastbound stacks pass through Morant’s Curve just East of Lake Louise, Alberta in the final hour of daylight along CP’s Laggan Sub, running through Banff National Park.
Eastbound stacks pass through Swan Landing, still not yet filled with all of the runoff from the snow capped Canadian Rockies, with a solo GE on point.
A pair of former Citirail GE’s lead a Westbound stack train into Jasper for a crew change.
An Eastbound stack train leaves Jasper headed towards Edmonton with a solo Tier 4 GE on the head end.
Westbound stacks with a Tier 4 Gevo leader pass along the water and through the control point at Henry House.
Westbound stacks cross the high bridge just west of Hinton, Alberta on their way towards Jasper