An eastbound grain train near Blackfoot, Montana. Taken from near the Lewis and Clark Camp Disappointment marker. As the sign said, Lewis and Clark were looking for the headwaters of the Marias ... (more)
Eastbound Great Northern train 88, with a hefty consist of five U25B's, leaves the Rockies behind as it crosses the plains of eastern Montana through Blackfoot on May 17, 1967. Photo taken from... (more)
Early morning finds a Havre bound ballast extra east of Browning.
After a early morning run over Marias Pass, BNSF 6009 leads a eastbound grain empty across the high plains east of Glacier National Park.
2 SD40's on a work train tied down for the Memorial Day Weekend.
Lease power leads this Tacoma bound stack train out on the high plains between Browning and Cut Bank.
3 GE demos lead a westbound Northtown to Pasco freight just east of Browning, Montana.
Adding helpers to a westbound oil train just outside of Blackfoot MT, for the trip into the mountains in the background
As this westbound Empire Builder approached the Rockies I bet there was disappointment in the sightseer lounge when all they could see was the faint outline of the mountains under a thick blanket ... (more)
Speeding away from the beauty of the northern Rocky Mountains.
BNSF stack train rolls east having conquered Marias Pass.