Drifting home along the Clark Fork, the Day Gas has finished their work at Pipeline and are headed back to Missoula. In the background is Thompson River Lumber, a decent sized customer. Note the r... (more)
The Day Gas heading east from Thompson Falls to Missoula, MT on a crisp morning.
BNSF 8240 leads an oil train down grade on Montana Rail Link's Bozeman Hill several miles west of Livingston, MT.
The morning eastbound Gas Local makes it's appearance just after the sun makes it over the top of the surrounding hills.
Eastbound BNSF No.9315 with a Warbonnet in the headend lineup rolls an empty coal train along the Flathead River. Coal trains make up a large part of the movements on the MRL 4th and 10th subdivis... (more)
A former Milwaukee Road switcher now serves the Mission Mountain Railroad. The locomotive is tied down in Columbia Falls, MT.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train glides across the large bridge over Cut Bank Creek at Cut Bank, Montana, on the morning of September 23, 2002.
The Gas local, a movement of LPG Tanks from Thompson Falls, follows the Flathead River eastbound on the MRL 10th Subdivison.
Eastbound BNSF No. 4698 leads empty coal cars along the Flathead River along the 19th Subdivision near Perma.
lead by eastbound BNSF No. 4404, an empty coal train follows the Flathead River on the MRL 10th Subdivision.
An Eastbound oil train crosses the trestle at Two Medicine River in East Glacier. The trains has just crossed Marias Pass and will now head East over the plains of Montana.
An eastbound freight waits as westbound stack train clears the single track
The sun is breaking through the clouds as a westbound Stack train creeps along at restricted speed due to another train in front
A Westbound intermodal with fresh snow on the plow from the blizzard atop Marias Pass exits Tunnel 4 in the John F. Stevens Canyon. This line, arguably one of the most scenic in North America was ... (more)