The old and new rest together at Jasper.
Nice SD40 frame (former BN 6317).
The day gas heads back to Missoula.
There is no mistaking the commodity hauled by the LS&I - taconite (iron ore) pellets.
After the Milwaukee Road abandoned its Pacific Extension a number of locomotives were stored at their Hiawatha facility south of downtown Minneapolis, including these two U25Bs.
A nice EMD lash-up pulls towards St. Paul Yard.
MRL's Gas Local squeals around the sharp curves just east of Perma on its way to Missoula.
Eastbound stack train rolls across the Clark Fork River just west of Thompson Falls on the MRL.
Loaded grain train heads west along MRL's 4th Sub and the beautiful Clark Fork River.
Soo Line GP30 700 switches exhibits out of the museum display building in preparation for the arrival of the restored business car Missabe. On the left is a log loader built in Duluth.
Soo Line GP30 700 pulls the 2500A out of the museum display building in preparation for the arrival of the restored business car Missabe.
A Geep delivers a cut of coal cars while a few of CSX's narrow gauge "pusher" engines stand ready to start shoving the cars to the rotary dumper.
The rock in the foreground shows why this town is called Sandstone. A large quarry once stood at this site, served by the Great Northern.
An eastbound BNSF manifest rolls along the Clark Fork River while on the MRL. Part of the NP's original grade through the area can be seen in the foreground (the line was relocated in the late 195... (more)
A fairly nice looking locomotive pulls a cut of loaded cars into the staging yard while the tug-barge Lakes Contender/Ken Boothe Sr. takes on a load of coal.