Northern Meet. On August 4, 2021, Webb Rail's former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built Pullman dome/sleeper 313 (WEBX 801044) and former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built dome/coach 549... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s MLAUMIS, also known as the LM, is heading through Rock Creek (between Bonita and Clinton), Montana, on October 7, 2005. The westbound train operating from Laurel to Missoula ... (more)
Northern Pacific Extra 7005A-West, with four F9's between Livingston and Muir a distance of 12 miles, require helpers in this area. Extra 7005A has the assistance of a pair of GP9s 272 and 300 on... (more)
Montana Rail Link F45 No. 390 leads LM at Greycliff, Montana, on the afternoon of October 3, 2005, amid stormy skies. The train will be treading through snow by the end of the day during a blue ho... (more)
Butte Anaconda & Pacific 47 is a heavy duty boxcab freight locomotive built in 1914. The small trailing car is a traction booster to help with the stiff grades in the Butte Mining District. In th... (more)
At dusk during the “blue hour” just after an early season snowfall, Montana Rail Link EMD F45 No. 390 leads LM (Laurel to Missoula manifest freight) as it climbs the grade of Bozeman Pass at M... (more)
Sporting one of the nicer color schemes ever designed, a quartet of BAP Geeps and a short train pause for a lunch break for the crew at Fairmont Hot Springs, MT. The track was walking distance fro... (more)
Montana Rail Link EMD F45 No. 391 leads ML (Missoula to Laurel manifest freight) over the Clark Fork bridge at Bonner, Montana, on September 2, 2003.
Welcome to Havre, MT........ Along the Former GN's now BNSF's Hi Line across Montana is a town by the name of Havre, Home to a BNSF Yard and a Shop, along with the Amtrak station that the east and... (more)
This cab end view of GN NW3 was taken at Whitefish, MT in August 1994 when the paint was freshly applied on the unit. My last visit showed a much more faded unit with a herald missing. The unit is... (more)
Running extra #287 twists through the curves defined by the Clark Fork River valley on the approach to Alberton.
Emerging from one of the many tunnels that defined the Pacific Extention, a Joe has tonnage moving west along US12 and the Clark Fork River nearing Alberton on this dreary September 1967 day.
The westbound counterpart to photos #640955 and 640956 holds the main passing tidy frame depot at Bonner, just a few miles to Missoula.
Action at the Butte terminal reveals a rainbow of boxcar colors behind #293.
Electrification of the BAP ended in 1967.