MRL's Day Gas Local heading eastbound past the old NP station at Paradise, MT on a pleasant 18° January morning.
The day gas rolls east over the Flathead River east of Paradise on it's way back to Missoula over the shorter 10th Subdivision.
Montana Rail Link's gas local curves through McDonald, Montana, (near Dixon) on September 23, 2008.
With the arrival of the SD70ACe's a few years ago, the end of the 45 was in sight. In what may be a sign of the future for a pair of MRL's SD45-2's, they've been updated with the companies newest ... (more)
On the evening of Sept. 10, 2011, Montana Rail Link SD45-2 382 leads the twice daily gas local west near Nagos, Mont., one of the toughest stretches of Evaro Hill on the 10th sub.
eastbound MRL Missoula to Laurel, MT train with unusual three generation power lashup of SD45R-ACE-GP9R near Avon, MT
Montana Rail Link's Day Gas Local seen hugging the north bank of the Flathead River as it rolls eastbound on the return leg of it's daily trip between Missoula and Thompson Falls, MT.
Montana Rail Link's "Day Gas" turn has just started its return journey to Missoula as it rolls along the Clark Fork River near Thompson Falls, MT.
Eastbound Day Gas Local with MRL SD45-2s 382, 331, and 355 along the Flathead River approaching Perma, MT on MRL's 10th Sub.
Eastbound Day Gas Local with MRL SD45-2s 382, 331, and 355 between Perma and Dixon, MT on MRL's 10th Sub.
Under A Big Sky: Montana Rail Link SD45-2 382 leads an SD70ACe and the Day Gas along the Flathead River near Knowles, Montana on the morning of May 18, 2009. With clear skies and a classic EMD lea... (more)
MRL SD45-2 382 leads the Day Gas back east into Missoula on the morning of May 18, 2009. It's seen here coming down Evaro Hill near Ladyslipper Crossing.
Built as SCL #2029, MRL 382 was at work yesterday hauling a train load of old ties over Bozeman Pass Complete with caboose.
MRL 382 is on an unmanned helper set helping the Laurel to Spokane freight up Bozeman Pass. The real power for the train was BNSF 8034.
MRL's Missoula-Laurel road freight heads eastward.