In a high country snowstorm, an eastbound Burlington Northern freight has stopped at the end of double track to meet a westbound freight on March 3, 1988. Even though the wet snow and wind is maki... (more)
A pair of Amtrak GEs lead the eastbound Empire Builder through Summit.
An empty crude oil train, BNSF 6410 east, is crossing the continental divide at Marias Pass, Montana in front of the Front Range of the rockies. After running in clouds for two consecutive hours t... (more)
Symphony in green, to the key of V-16: BN 8036 West with a grain train has nearly completed the long climb across the plains and foothills as it approaches the Continental Divide at Marias Pass. S... (more)
BN 3100 is close to the Continental Divide as it brings a piggyback train thru Glacier National Park in May of 1990.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train heads into the falling snow east of Summit, Montana, on March 2, 1997, led by Heritage I-painted GE C44-9W No. 1002.
A loaded grain train dressed completely in BN's Cascade Green drifts downgrade just west of Summit at railroad location Marias.
An eastbound manifest has just crested Marias Pass and is on the downgrade towards East Glacier. The iconic Marias landmarks, Summit and Little Dog Mountains, look down on the scene. A tip of th... (more)
The long climb up the western slope of Marias Pass is nearly over and the summit is almost in sight as this eastbound intermodal works around the big curve at milepost 1152. Although it is late J... (more)
On a spectacular late summer day, the eastbound Empire Builder is nearly to the summit of Marias Pass. Without John F Stevens' discovery of this legendary crossing of the divide, the privately fi... (more)
Showing off its beauty and ferocity, the mountains of Marias Pass do everything to stop westbound G ULEVAW9 26 as it assaults the summit, but cannot fight the 2x2 units working the loaded train to... (more)
An early season snowfall the day prior has given way to sunny skies as this colorful westbound eases through Marias after cresting the summit.
Below the spectacular snow-covered mountains of Glacier National Park, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe Grain train crests Marias Pass at Summit, Montana, on December 22, 1998.
BNSF 1049 leads it's train over the top at Marias Summit where it will begin the downhill decent to Whitefish.
Cresting the Summit of Marias Pass, BNSF 8014 west leads this Chicago to Portland Q train.