Led by EMD SD45 No. 382, Montana Rail Link’s gas local heads east along the Clark Fork approaching Eddy, Montana, on May 23, 2011.
An eastbound empty grain train accelerates on the main at the east end of Eddy siding on MRL's 4th Subdivision as it heads along the Clark Fork River toward Missoula.
Once-a-week train is routed across the MRL. You can see the DPU at the end wrapped around.
The ever-changing BNSF roster still gets my hopes up when I hear certain number series over the scanner....pretty much everything I used to know has moved on, either in numbering or off the roster... (more)
A spot made famous by the Dannemans and Bill Edgar, the sweeping curve in Eddy, MT where the Clark Fork River opens up and the mountain towers above, play host to one of the more remote spots that... (more)
Running along the Clark Fork west of Eddy, Montana, on September 19, 2012, is a short Montana Rail Link work train powered by EMD SD45 (SD45-2) No. 328.
A loaded coal train winds along the shores of the very scenic Clark Fork River amid the fall colors of a mid October day. At the time this photo was taken the property the photographer was standin... (more)
Racing East along the incredibly beautiful Clark Fork River, two Montana Rail Link SD70ACe's haul the Eastbound empty Day Gas Local back towards Missoula on an absolutely marvelous Summer morning.... (more)
MRL's Gas local passes through the Clark Fork Valley at Eddy, as spectacular storm light graces the area.
MRL's Gas local passes through storm light at Eddy, Montana AKA God's country.
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local rumbles west with 16 cars along a perfectly calm Clark Fork west of Eddy, Montana, on September 18, 2012.
BNSF trains meet at Eddy siding between Plains and Thompson Falls, Montana, on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision, on September 17, 2011.
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local heads for Thompson River Lumber at Thompson Falls, west of Eddy, Montana, on September 23, 2009. EMD GP9 Nos. 113 and 127 power the short 5-car train.
The Paradise local rolls west towards Thompson Falls. At Thompson Falls the local will switch the lumber mill and exchange empties for loads. It is amazing the Geep 9s survive in the shadow of th... (more)