A northbound BNSF Mixed Manifest rolls along a quiet Dock Street in Tacoma. The city at this early hour is not quite awake yet, but soon the morning rush will be in full swing.
BNSF No. 8179 leads Stacks around the base of Wind Mountain and the Columbia River as it approaches Home Valley.
The sun is having a hard time coming out this morning, as Amtrak No. 27 the Portland Section of the Westbound Empire Builder rolls along the Columbia River. Salmon Fishermen are set up at the entr... (more)
On a cold, cloudy and foggy morning, BNSF No. 7604 leads a loaded Grainer westbound as the sun rises behind the mountain.
After leaving the Station stop at East Glacier, Amtrak No. 8 the Eastbound Empire Builder, crosses the Two Medicine River Bridge just outside of town.
The sun crests the top of the mountains and starts to warm a frosty morning as a set of Hoppers head west thru Marias Pass.
A morning BNSF empty Grainer rolls eastbound through Marias Pass.
The high peaks of Summit tower over an eastbound empty Grainer as it rolls through a morning landscape of fall color.
The morning sun has topped the mountains and shines down to light up the fall colors on the Summit of Marias Pass. Eastbound Stacks with BNSF 5023 leading also basks in the morning sun.
A morning appearance of BNSF No. 5023 leading a eastbound Stack through the Summit area of Marias Pass.
As the sun peeks over the surrounding mountains, an early morning westbound BNSF Stack crosses the Sheep Creek Trestle over Sheep Creek. Just west in this heavily forested landscape is Essex Monta... (more)
Eastbound BNSF No. 8217 crosses the Java Bridge over the Middle fork of the Flathead River. leading a early morning mixed manifest.
The conductor from No. 7604 is on the ground for an early morning meet of eastbound No. 4217 leading stacks and No.7604 with westbound grain.
On a Beautiful Montana afternoon, westbound BNSF No. 5660 leads stacks along the Flathead River just east of Belton.
BNSF No. 7336 leading a unit train, rolls alongside the Kootenai River as it nears Libby Montana.