Former Great Northern Snow Dozer X-7629, built in the GN's St. Cloud (MN) shops in the 1960s, heads south on the former GN line between St. Paul and the Twin Ports. The crew will tie up for the n... (more)
Train 17, the North Coast Hiawatha has arrived at King St. Station powered by F45s Nos. 6640 and 6625, supported by an E8B converted to a heater car. This view shows the power after being disconne... (more)
BN 6657 still in its Frisco colors at Fort Worth in May of 81. Photo was aquired in trade years ago and is part of my collection. No photographer information on slide.
BN 6327 and a former NP passenger F7 or F9B drag a Northtown to Superior freight into Hinkley. The train is operating on the former GN and is about to cross the former NP. The NP line would eventu... (more)
An Ex Q GP30 leads a NP F and a BN unit eastbound near Wishram in this photo from my collection. The name of the photographer is quite faded but appears to be Tom Brown.
A BN freight blasts out of the west portal of Winton Tunnel.
Common power at Northtown in the 1990s included SD9s and end cab switchers. Here a former GN SD9 works the south end of the yard while a pair of switchers rest near the Soo Line bridge. A few wee... (more)
A long eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train rumbles through Lombard, Montana, on September 4, 1998. The BN SD40-2-led train is curving underneath the abandoned Milwaukee Road Pa... (more)
We were happy to see this repainted GP38 leading a westbound stack train at the summit of Marias Pass. This GP38 was one of the first new units to wear Cascade Green when it was delivered in early... (more)
A westbound grain train pierces a short tunnel on the former Great Northern Marias Pass line as it nears Belton (West Glacier).
A neat little switch job crosses the Missouri River in downtown Great Falls while the tower from the former Milwaukee Road depot dominates the horizon.
Three EMD SD60Ms and two EMD SD40-2s power an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight up Crawford Hill east of Crawford, Nebraska, on June 29, 2002.