Joe E79 eases out of Tunnel 16 nearing Missoula.
The property at Superior was still a tidy place in the autumn of 1967 on the onetime route of the Olympian Hiawatha.
Running extra #287 twists through the curves defined by the Clark Fork River valley on the approach to Alberton.
Running extra #287 passes Joe E79 at the Alberton yard office with a hot train.
Emerging from one of the many tunnels that defined the Pacific Extention, a Joe has tonnage moving west along US12 and the Clark Fork River nearing Alberton on this dreary September 1967 day.
The eastbound Mainstreeter is crossing Clark Fork Bridge at Bonner on this September 1967 portrait of the usual matched set of F9's doing the honors.
The Mainstreeter is captured on the Clark Fork Bridge westbound a few miles from it's Missoula stop.
From a vantage point that Lewis & Clark would themselves have appreciated, an eastbound trundles over the Clark Fork River bridge nearing Bonner.
The NP depot at the lonely outpost of Bonner looks sharp to passing patrons on NP passenger trains.
The westbound counterpart to photos #640955 and 640956 holds the main passing tidy frame depot at Bonner, just a few miles to Missoula.
Quietly clickety-clacking eastward on the siding at Bonner, waiting for its counterpart.. To see the companion shots look up #'s 640955, 640957, 640960
Into the hole at Bonner, about to meet it's counterpart
Station stop at Missoula for the Mainstreeter, Train No. 1.
From onboard Pennsy's train #90, The South Wind, we get a highball from the rear brakeman aboard a NYC freight waiting in the hole. Burr Siding was south of Lebanon on PRR's I&F, and was improved ... (more)
This critter sat at the Deer Lodge engine facility. Looks like a Joe is getting ready over at the next stall, just another day for the laborer.