Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local paces a GMC pickup on parallel Highway 200 through Weeksville, Montana, on September 29, 2014. MRL GP9s Nos. 120 and 127 are westbound with the local along the C... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s “day” gas local curves eastbound through Weeksville, Montana, on September 20, 2012, led by venerable EMD SD45 No. 346.
Returning back to Missoula, MRL's Day Gas Train makes track speed in the Weeksville Creek area of Sanders County between Eddy and Plains. The (usually) standard bearers of MRL 4408 and 4406 are in... (more)
Westbound BNSF stack train QDENTAC (Denver to Tacoma) cruises along the Clark Fork between Plains and Thompson Falls at Weeksville, Montana, on September 23, 2006.
The east bound MRL gas train is setting a good pace here at Weeksville.
An eastbound BNSF manifest freight rumbles through the Clark Fork valley west of Weeksville, Montana, on September 18, 2006.
Montana Rail Link’s gas local heads eastbound west of Weeksville, Montana, on May 10, 2010. Lead locomotive MRL No. 332 has an interesting history to be told. It began life as Erie Lackawanna EMD ... (more)
Led by EMD SD40-2XR No. 261, Montana Rail Link's day gas local travels along the Clark Fork west of Plains at Weeksville, Montana, on May 6, 2012.
Montana Rail Link’s Gas Local storms eastbound through Weeksville, Montana, on February 9, 2014, with three vintage EMDs powering the 30-car train. Lead locomotive is MRL 290, a former Great North... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Gas Local creates its own snowstorm as it thunders eastbound through Weeksville, Montana, on February 9, 2014. Heading up the 30-car local this cold day is venerable SDP40 (reb... (more)
Mountains provide an impressive background as the Day Gas rolls along Route 200 in Weeksville on the return to Missoula.
MRL hugs the Clark Fork & MT-200 for much of the route between Paradise & Thompson Falls for the Conoco gas local. It is approx 2030hrs with almost another hour of sunlight in places away from th... (more)
"Pan shot from a car with airplane and mirror view"
MRL's 4th Subdivision parallels the Clark Fork River.