A pair of “Heritage I” GE C44-9Ws power a westbound BNSF grain train exiting Tunnel 3.9 and is about to enter Tunnel 4, east of Belton, Montana, on September 8, 1999. The train is following the Mi... (more)
Santa Fe GE C44-9W No. 604 and a Montana Rail Link EMD SD45 power Burlington Northern Santa Fe train 207 through Tunnel 3.9 east of Belton, Montana, on the pretty autumn afternoon of October 9, 19... (more)
A westbound manifest freight on Main 2 passes the DPU on an eastbound at Belton (West Glacier) along BNSF's Hi Line Subdivision.
After climbing over Marias Pass and skirting the scenic border of Glacier National Park, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight bursts out of Tunnel 3.9 east of Belton (West Glacier), Mo... (more)
Three Cascade green Burlington Northern locomotives lead an eastbound freight into Belton, Montana, on October 8, 1997.
A westbound freight rolls along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River through Tunnel 4 in Glacier National Park approaching Belton (West Glacier).
Empty grain rolls up the Hi-line just east of West Glacier, Montana, late in the day. The train is running on approaches, and will slide in the next siding. He will roll around two westbounds, and... (more)
A westbound BNSF grain train exits Tunnel 3.9 and is about to enter Tunnel 4, east of Belton, Montana, on September 8, 1999. The train is led by two “Heritage I” GE C44-9Ws and is running along th... (more)
No visit to Marias Pass is complete without shooting a westbound on the curve just west of Tunnel 4. Here an intermodal swings along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River on its way to its next c... (more)
Westbound west of the depot at Belton, MT is this curve with Glacier National Park making for a spectacular backdrop.
BNSF 7383 and 8278 bring up the rear of a westbound grain train at the Amtrak station in Belton.
Tacoma, WA bound stacks cruise along the shores of the Flathead River behind a trio of big BNSF units.
BNSF C44-9W 4935 leads an empty grain shuttle east on BNSF's Hi Line Sub, passing through a short tunnel.
BNSF 6692 leads the WILPAS out of one of the many tunnels on the Hi Line Sub.
Tacoma, WA bound crude oil loads climb out of Belton behind a fairly clean BNSF ES44C4.