As a thick morning fog begins to finally lift off of Sandpoint, Idaho, a westbound BNSF grain train makes the long trek across the bridge over Lake Pend Oreille on September 27, 2008.
An eastbound Union Pacific grain train crosses Reverse Hill at Hammett, Idaho, on January 21, 2013.
An eastbound BNSF empty coal train heads across the Clark Fork at appropriately-named Clark Fork, Idaho, on February 4, 2016.
BNSF 6634 rolls a Z train west at Granite, east of Athol, ID on the way into Hauser Yard for a crew change. This area is part of a major line relocation done by Northern Pacific to improve their m... (more)
Camas Prairie RailNet switches in Craigmont, Ida. The unused switcher belongs to Lewiston Grain Growers.
BNSF 6634 guides a westbound Z train past a slowing manifest behind BNSF 7367. The Z's DPU is about midpoint on the Lake Pend Oreille bridge at Sand Point, and the manifest will have to make a bri... (more)
Beautiful train on a beautiful snowy day in south eastern Idaho. Just east of Soda Springs, Idaho.
MRL 259 leads a "Jimbo" work train across the Clark Fork at its namesake city in northern Idaho. The train was working the west end of the railroad during our visit to the area.
A Montana Rail Link work train with SD40-2XR no. 259 leading glides across the Clark Fork River in Clark Fork, Idaho. The 259 was rebuilt from former Burlington Northern no. 6324.
An eastbound BNSF empty coal train crosses the Clark Fork at Clark Fork, ID on the Montana Rail Link. The train is headed from Robert's Bank, BC back to the Powder River basin.
A westbound BNSF intermodal train treks across the long bridge over Lake Pend Oreille leaving Sandpoint, Idaho, on BNSF’s “funnel” to Spokane on February 4, 2016.
Heading onto double track at East Algoma, a westbound BNSF grain train crosses Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint, Idaho, on February 4, 2016.
A westbound BNSF grain train crosses the Clark Fork at appropriately-named Clark Fork, Idaho, while traversing Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision on a wintery February 4, 2016.
Coal empties tiptoe across the Clark Fork river as they make their way eastbound to pick up another load of black diamonds.
Day-after-Christmas coal! Three AC-traction locomotives lead a Centralia, WA-bound unit coal train through a winter wonderland and across the Clark Fork River just west of Colby, Idaho.