An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight curves through Grizzly, Montana, after crossing rugged Marias Pass on the southern border of Glacier National Park. Burlington Northern GE C30-7 N... (more)
Leaving the mountains behind, BNSF 4302 East has one more hill to crest before heading out onto the high plains. The late summer cold front and snowfall of a couple days before really lent a drama... (more)
A late-running Amtrak No. 8, the Empire Builder, cruises through Grizzly, Montana, on December 23, 1998. The train is leaving the snow-covered Rocky Mountains of Glacier National Park behind on th... (more)
An eastbound BNSF train grinds up the Marias Pass grade above Essex under a half moon, its headlights bringing light to the otherwise eternal gloom of Shed 12 on the canyon's south wall.
Assisted by a 40mph tailwind and the Whitefish helpers, S-TACCHC1-18A sails up the grade at Grizzly on a bone-chilling winter evening east of the Rocky Mountains. The trailing unit died on the cl... (more)
Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 14 heads east through the snow at Grizzly, Montana, on February 28, 1997. Former Colorado and Southern SD40 No. 6339 leads the train into an oppressive wind ... (more)
Burlington Northern Santa Fe train No. 14 heads east through the snow at Grizzly, Montana, on February 28, 1997. The railroad still looks like the Burlington Northern at this date, right down to t... (more)
On March 3, 1989, an eastbound Burlington Northern freight led by a tiger-stripe GP50, leaves Glacier National Park and heads for the great plains of Montana. The location is Grizzly, which is bet... (more)
Springtime in Glacier A BNSF stack train heads east at Grizzly, Montana, on the beautiful spring morning of June 4, 2002. The snow-covered peaks of Glacier National Park tower in the ba... (more)
On a late-winter evening with the wind chill cutting into the teens, a herd of horses are oblivious to the roar of an eastbound empty grain train climbing out of the Two Medicine River valley as t... (more)
The abbreviated (Seattle to Havre, MT, with no Portland section) eastbound Empire Builder leaves the Rocky Mountains behind and heads for the plains of central and eastern Montana.
BN 8159 East, with a Livington Rebuild Center leaser in the consist, rolls through Grizzley, Montana with a doublestack train.
BNSF 5663 leads an eastbound train of empty coal hoppers through Grizzly near East Glacier, Montana. The empties are enroute back to the Signal Peak Mine located near Roundup, MT.
With unrelenting wind, blowing snow and temperatures around -20F, BNSF 5153 battles the elements to lift grain loads up hill between Spotted Robe and Grizzly, MT. There has always been an appeal t... (more)
The eastbound Empire Builder has just left its station stop at East Glacier and is back up to speed at Grizzly, surprisingly running on time.