Power for the Kenmare Roadswitch sits in the sun on a side track in Kenmare.
The 298 proceeds southward through the scenic Des Lacs River Valley near Kenmare.
A long 298 sits in the yard in Portal as two locomotives inch their way closer on an adjacent track. The locomotives, fetched from the North Portal Yard about half a mile away in Canada, will soon... (more)
A loaded vehicle train sits in the modest yard in Glasgow, Montana awaiting a new crew.
A westbound Z-train cruises past Tempico, site of the first siding west of Glasgow along the BNSF Milk River Subdivision. Evident in this photo is the contrast in scenery between the lush, tree-li... (more)
A speedy Z-train proceeds west through Hinsdale.
After meeting the eastbound Empire Builder, the H-NTWPAS is back on the main and picking up speed in advance of Malta.
The lead locomotive on an empty grain train is making good speed through the greenery of the Milk River Valley of north-central Montana as it continues east between Zurich and Harlem.
After getting a mandatory 1,000-mile inspection and crew change about 15 miles at Havre, a long Z-train is picking up speed as it continues its journey east along the Milk River Subdivision.
The ex-Rarus Railway GP7 stationed at the Columbia Grain shuttle elevator in Harlem sits idle alongside the shuttle grain train it just helped to load.
As a thunderstorm moves overhead, a one-unit baretable train sits on the siding at Oswego waiting for a Z-train to pass by.
A relatively short Northtown-Pasco manifest makes its way past the site of Springbrook on the double track that runs for 20 miles between Epping and Williston.
The westbound Empire Builder, running three hours late, races through the scenic Missouri River Valley to the southwest of Williston.
A rail grinder works its way past the west end of the scenic siding at Snowden, about 3 miles away from the North Dakota border. The grinder's crew would work only as far as the east switch before... (more)
A stack train (with some autoracks up front) cruises past the green fields on the outskirts of Epping at the start of the last hour of sunlight on the longest day of the year.