An eastbound with five units crosses the Cut Bank, MT trestle on Burlington Northern's HiLine.
The BNSF freight train crosses the bridge across Cut Bank Creek towards Browning
A westbound Burlington Northern (early BNSF) intermodal train soars over the large bridge spanning Old Maids Coulee and Cut Bank Creek at Cut Bank, Montana, on October 7, 1996. Three BN EMD SD40-2... (more)
BNSF 6325 leads an eastbound stack train as it approaches Cut Bank, Mt. The train is winding down the S curves just west of the high bridge on the edge of town.
Amtrak's Eastbound Empire Builder passes over the impressive Cut Bank Trestle.
EMD power heads west in the late evening as it leads train HDILPAS across the BNSF Hi Line.
EMD power leads a Dilworth to Pasco general freight over the Cut Bank bridge.
3 GE Tier 4's lead a eastbound HPASNTW at Cut bank, MT.
A nice afternoon westbound grain train rolls through downtown Cut Bank.
A westbound Z train rolls across the impressive trestle on the west side of Cut Bank en route to the PNW. Note the unlettered lead GE.
Amtrak’s Empire Builder (train No. 8) soars eastbound on the big bridge over Cut Bank Creek at Cut Bank, Montana, on October 7, 1996.
After more than an hour's wait, Amtrak 15 leads the eastbound Empire Builder over the big bridge just west of Cut Bank MT. Worth the wait, I would say!
A splash of color rolls into Cut Bank.
Big Sky - Big Clouds. The clouds parted just long enough to catch this empty grain train with five GEs on the point crossing over the impressive Cut Bank Creek trestle.