A westbound oil train at the second most photographed barn in Montana.
A pair of Burlington Northern Santa Fe GE C44-9Ws power an eastbound freight on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision approaching St. Regis, Montana, on July 1, 2000.
An empty oil train rolls east on the causeway along the Clark Fork near Trout Creek, MT on Montana Rail Link. Powered by BNSF units, this pair are doing DPU duty on a beautiful February day.
Usually running in pairs, GP35's are very rare to see east of Livingston, so seeing a quad set running on the main is basically unheard of. What amounts to the MRL's entire road fleet of GP35's (4... (more)
A quartet of Montana Rail Link EMD SD70ACe locomotives being used in helper service head light engine over curved Austin Creek Trestle at Skyline, Montana, after helping a westbound BNSF train up ... (more)
A colorful consist powers a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train at Bison, Montana, on March 2, 1997. The train is powered by an eclectic set of motive power comprised of BNSF GE C44... (more)
Three flares on the gas Montana Rail Link’s night gas local departs Missoula, Montana, on the afternoon of September 18, 2006. Three SD45s up front lead the train out onto the main, whi... (more)
Grinstien SD70macs lead a westbound PGEX coal load along the banks of the Yellowstone River. The mountains in the backdrop is the Beartooth Range that borders the northern side of Yellowstone Nat... (more)
A pair of ACEs lead the ML over Bozeman Pass near Livingston, Montana.
The BNSF local between Butte and Garrison was doing it's switching interchange cars with the MRL at Garrison.
BNSF GE ES44DC No. 7684 leads an eastbound freight through Lombard, Montana, on the afternoon of June 27, 2017. Below the rock ledges in the background is Sixteen Mile Creek Canyon that still cont... (more)
Solid blue General Electric Leasing ET44AC No. 2028 and two grimy BNSF EMD SD70ACes lead an eastbound coal empty downgrade off Mullan Pass into Austin, Montana, on the afternoon of June 29, 2017.
The DPU end of a eastbound windmill train. The BNSF Forsyth Subdivision follows the mighty Yellowstone River between Glendive and Billings, Montana.
With a fresh crew, a loaded grain train departs Forsyth under a late afternoon thunderstorm.