Two GP35s shuffle cars around in the small yard at Logan, Montana. In the background you can see smoke from several fires burning in western Montana.
With a puff of smoke, the local train departs Logan headed for the Talc plant at Three Forks.
What a nice sound these GP35s make shuffling cars around the yard at Logan, Montana.
Railroading in Big Sky Country: The Montana Rail Link 844 local begins its work early on a late summer day. Today's train is pulled by a GP35 and a GP9. This truly is "Big Sky Country&... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local powered by EMD GP35s Nos. 403 and 402 arrive at Logan, Montana, with three cars from the Trident cement plant on June 26, 2017.
Autumn color abounds along Montana’s Gallatin River as Montana Rail Link’s MMISLAU (Missoula to Laurel manifest) freight approaches Logan on September 27, 2014.
Dropping back to the Fifth Subdivision main line with eight tank cars from a petroleum facility at Logan, Montana, is Montana Rail Link’s 844 local on June 26, 2017. The tank cars on the rear of t... (more)
Montana Rail Links’s 844 local just departed Logan, Montana, and stops for some work just west of town. After tying down their train on the Fifth Sub main, the two GP35s head up a spur to a petrol... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s 840 local departs Logan, Montana, for a trip to Three Forks and Sappington on MRL’s Fifth Subdivision on September 12, 2011. The train is powered by a matching pair of SD40s—No... (more)
The sound of both first and second generation EMD prime movers in full bore fill the crisp Montana air as MRL's 844 local pulls south out of Logan and along the Gallatin River.
Late afternoon near Logan, Montana finds a BNSF grain train heading east with a Citirail ES44AC on the rear end.
The yard in Logan is an important place for three locals and the ML-LM jobs that use it to serve the customer base around Trident, Three Forks and beyond.
Four-axle locals continue to thrive in the Logan-Livingston corridor of the railroad. Aside from the yard jobs at Missoula, it's hard to find them anywhere else. This customer's empty was picked... (more)
MRL's local down the 5th Sub departs Logan with a healthy train of freight for local customers.
A westbound BNSF vehicle train accelerates from Logan after meeting two eastbound BNSF trains.