Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local trundles over Bridge 208 west of Donlan, Montana, on September 23, 2009. Normally, the local flies through here after finishing up switching at Tricon Timber in ... (more)
After switching Tricon Timber at St. Regis, Montana Rail Links’s Paradise local heads back to Paradise west of Donlan on September 15, 2011. Venerable EMD GP9s Nos. 120 and 113 power the local, ch... (more)
Three former Burlington Northern SD60Ms speed a HKCKPAS past the mile 208.6 blade west of Donlan, Montana, on September 1, 2003.
For a time, Montana Rail Link ran a passenger train on portions of its scenic routes called the “Montana Rockies Daylight” operated by Montana Rockies Rail Tours. Here the eastbound 9-car train cr... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local cruises along the Clark Fork at Donlan, Montana, on May 3, 2012. The short four car train is headed for Tricon Timber in St. Regis and is powered by two GP9s, No... (more)
The now-defunct Montana Daylight train rolls across the Clark Fork River on Bridge 208 near Donlan, Montana, at 2:45 p.m., on September 3, 1999. Leading the train, which includes two dome cars, is... (more)
Back in October 2005, Montana Rail Link's Paradise Local splits a pair of Semaphores as it heads east towards St. Regis, Montana. Unfortunately, both the signals and the GP9 are gone. The signals... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local rolls across the Clark Fork River near Donlan, Montana. The local, with a pair of GP9s, is heading back to Paradise, and on to Thompson River Lumber near Thompso... (more)
Montana Rail Link's Gas Local heads west near Donlan, Montana (just west of Toole), in the late afternoon. Donlan sits on MRL's 4th Subdivision between St. Regis, and Paradise. Typically, MRL's Ga... (more)
An eastbound BNSF manifest freight glides across the Clark Fork River west of Toole, (near the old siding of Donlan) on Montana Rail Link's Fourth Subdivision. A BN SD40-2 and a Santa Fe B40-8W le... (more)
An eastbound BNSF freight passes over the Clark Fork River nearing the town of Toole. This semaphore is no longer in service.
Hasselblad 501c Scala B&W slide exposed at ASA 400
Missoula to Paradise Train splits the Semephores at Donlan