Beautiful things like this happen to me all the time. What was just supposed to be a laid back half-day of trains before other local activity yielded "the" train of the trip.
#841 is headed out past West Livingston in order to back down the main and access the R-Y Branch. These two empties will be swapped for two loads.
Local from Logan headed to Bozeman.
The other end of paradise, so to speak....as the Day Gas rolls off the 10th Sub back onto the 4th for the final miles into the yard.
Day Gas is rolling off the 4th Sub onto the 10th.
The sun is rising over the Clark Fork River Valley east of St. Regis, Montana, on September 13, 1998. Morning fog is slowly burning off as the sun crests over the mountains to the east, silhouetti... (more)
#841 working the R-Y Timber mill before calling it a day.
The yard in Logan is an important place for three locals and the ML-LM jobs that use it to serve the customer base around Trident, Three Forks and beyond.
Grain loads are strung out on either side of the tunnel in Bozeman.
Horsepower! This spot also has the wye to the famed 11th Subdivision, but it merely hosts stored oil cans now.