Clean green leads a Centralia coal train westbound.
Hard to believe two all green garbage trains were out this day!
Look closely, you can see the UP 1983 hiding near the rear.
Mount Hood - such a nice backdrop!
Garbage train heading to Roosevelt with an A-B-A EMD lashup.
Two out of towners pass under Oregon's Mount Hood.
BNSF's M-LAUSPO104-A, which runs using town names (as do most of BNSF's trains on the MRL) rolls westbound out of Avon.
An empty flatcar train heads down Mullan Pass.
Hard to believe, at one time there were 3 railroads in this canyon. The small bridge on the left once crossed the Milwaukee, the BNSF track was once the NP line over Homestake Pass, and the line ... (more)
A testament to this mountain grade. Lots of E and F knuckles sit atop the Continental Divide, while a broken reminder hides below them.
Helper 4 heads back to Helena.
Rarus Railway switches around Butte, with a former Montana Western unit in the middle.
Empty Centralia, WA coal train rolls down Mullan Pass between Austin and Tobin.
Three 20-cylinder units shove hard on this ballast train on Mullan Pass, which had 2 45's on the point.