Burlington Northern’s Helena turn crosses Bridge 182.7 in Wolf Creek Canyon west of Wolf Creek, Montana, on August 25, 1993. The train is powered by EMD GP39M No. 2885 and EMD SD40 No. 6304, and i... (more)
Heading down Montana Rail Link’s Tenth Subdivision, an eastbound BNSF grain train traces the Flathead River just east of Perma, Montana, on September 18, 2006.
Burlington Northern in all it's glory. Truly a green machine a GP40M and SD40-2 pull a pure set of green grain cars near St. Regis, Montana.
Passing through the semaphores at mile 219.8, Burlington Northern train No. 123 heads west escaping some stormy weather on Winston Hill, Montana, on September 10, 1995.
The frog pond near Trout Creek made for a nice late afternoon reflection as an MRL westbound manifest freight cruised west on the causeway just west of Trout Creek, MT along the Clark Fork.
A Montana Rail Link work train is westbound in the Jefferson River Canyon between Sappington and Whitehall, Montana, on June 26, 2016. Two MRL SD40s (rebuilt and labeled SD40-2XRs) Nos. 257 and 26... (more)
Santa Fe EMD SD40-2 No. 5056 leads a westbound Burlington Northern grain train over the curved Skyline Trestle (a.k.a. Austin Creek Trestle) west of Skyline, Montana, on September 11, 1995. BN pow... (more)
After 20+ hours of driving from Michigan to Montana, myself and fellow photographer Michael Nowakowski finally made it to Montana. Rather than go to our hotel in Missoula immediately, we made stop... (more)
Burlington Northern in all is glory. The green machine, GP40M 3505 and SD40-2 7916 pull a pure green set of hoppers just north of the town of St. Regis, Montana.
Montana Rail Link’s 844 local approaches Harrison, Montana, on May 17, 2013. MRL EMD GP35 No. 403 powers the three-car train up the 2.2 percent mountain grade of the 9.5 mile branch to Harrison.
Late afternoon sun and warm temperatures made for a pleasant setting for a BNSF westbound grain train traveling over Trout Creek at MP 55 on Montana Rail Link. Next stop Hauser, ID on BNSF.
If you wanted to catch Burlington Northern's SD60M in 1992, the Montana part of the coal fields was the place to be. Very remote beautiful country.
With the sun setting MRL 215 and companions split the blades at Winston, Montana.
An eastbound empty grain train accelerates on the main at the east end of Eddy siding on MRL's 4th Subdivision as it heads along the Clark Fork River toward Missoula.
An eastbound BNSF train on the MRL is drowning down grade from the Continental Divide at Blossburg on Mullan Pass. The train is seen here after just crossing over Greenhorn Trestle just down from ... (more)