A Burlington Northern grain train passes through a frigid Bison, Montana, while negotiating a winter crossing of Marias Pass on March 3, 1989. Four EMD SD40-2s and a lone GE B30-7A power the westb... (more)
ATSF 672 in the company of a new Dash9, a BN GP40M and an ATSF SD40-2 brings an eastbound manifest down from Marias Pass, soon to depart the rarified atmosphere of the high country for the vastne... (more)
Heritage I unit 1094 is lookin' good with that wagon wheel logo as it leads a power consist including Oakway SD60s and BN GEs. The coal train is about halfway between East Glacier and Marias Pass ... (more)
BNSF 7794 leads a trio on the point of a westbound manifest working up the grade about halfway between East Glacier and Marias Pass.
An eastbound BNSF stack train prepares for a meet with a westbound ethanol train at Bison on a smoky Saturday morning.
A westbound BNSF ethanol train works its way up the east slope of Marias Pass near Bison
The eastbound train 8 (Empire Builder) heads towards Bison on a nice clear day in Montana.
A colorful consist powers a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train at Bison, Montana, on March 2, 1997. The train is powered by an eclectic set of motive power comprised of BNSF GE C44... (more)
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train passes a small mountain lake on the border of Glacier National Park while crossing Marias Pass west of Bison, Montana, on June 4, 2002.
In a falling snow on the southern border of Glacier National Park, an eastbound Burlington Northern grain empty led by LMX GE B39-8 No. 8536 has just summited Marias Pass and approaches Bison, Mon... (more)
A heavily powered eastbound manifest takes its time moving downhill at Bison, Montana. The mountains in the scene are actually in the southern part of Glacier National Park.
An eastbound stack train pulls out onto the high plains of Montana after coming down off Marias Pass. The altitude here is about 5000 feet.
A short but steep climb up a rocky ridge reveals a nice vantage point to catch this eastbounder at Bison siding. The mountain in the background is Calf Robe Mountain (8000 feet altitude).
This high priority eastbounder has just passed the Marias Pass summit and is rolling downhill with the dynamic brakes beginning to howl.
The jagged mountains of Glacier National Park fill the background behind an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe stack train at Bison, Montana, on the morning of June 4, 2002.