Amtrak 311 leads an eastbound Empire Builder along the Flathead River in Glacier National Park in May of 1990.
Amtrak #8, led by #311, crosses Tunnel Creek in Glacier National Park in May of 1990. I wonder if trees have obscured this view today?
Westbound coal behind BNSF 1094 plus a couple Oakway SD-60s and BN C30-7s passes the historic former-GN depot at Glacier Park, MT, which dates to 1913. Rare are the opportunities any more to walk ... (more)
BN 3100 and a B unit cruise alongside Hwy 2 with a piggyback train in Glacier Park, Montana in May of 1990.
Amtrak's eastbound Empire Builder crosses the Two Medicine River bridge at the east switch of Glacier Park as the mountains within the national park itself rest under a blanket of heavy snow.
A pair of SD40-2's spliced by a GP38-2 comes out of a tunnel along the southern edge of Glacier National Park.
A grain train crosses the Two Medicine River bridge under the glare of the Rocky Mountains of Glacier National Park
Another perfect day in Glacier as the Empire Builder crosses over the Two Medicine River.
The westbound Empire Builder breaks out of the shadows after overtaking a vehicle train at Bison.
After waiting at Bison for several hours, an empty vehicle train heads out of the siding behind Amtrak.
Heading east for an on time stop at East Glacier Park, MT.
View of the bridge at Glacier Park East from BN 2919. Note the walkway replacement work which our train has brought timbers for.
While stopped at Glacier Park to unload ties, I use BN 2919's walkway as the vantage point for this shot of the river far below.
A WB pig train climbs past the beautiful ex-Great Northern Ry Station at Glacier Park.