The "Bozeman Bullet" departs Craver.
MRL SD70ACe 4304 departs the west end of Craver with 51 cars for Bozeman in tow.
Rolling eastbound expeditiously on Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision is a BNSF coal train approaching the west switch at Craver, Montana, on a sunny October 8, 2020, morning.
The LAUBOZ throttles out of Craver in the late afternoon.
An H-BARPAS detouring due to fires in NorCal heads through the interlocking at West Craver in the midst of a westbound parade.
Montana Rail Link EMD SD45 No. 355 leads the Laurel to Bozeman local out of a storm as it approaches Craver, Montana, on the afternoon of July 2, 2019.
Wide open just west of Craver.
With temps hitting 101, the open door is the only air conditioning available. LM is starting to leave the flat land of eastern MT and slowly enter the more rocky and hill terrain of the 2nd Sub.
BNSF's westbound Q train with Boeing's on the head end races west near Craver, MT on the 2nd Sub.
The MRL Missoula to Laurel manifest sits at Craver, MT as the conductor walks back to the units after walking the train
Heading into the night, as the sun is about to set in the "big sky".
This oldie was on the point of a five engine grain train, resting at Craver siding at 6:00am this morning without a crew. The low-priority train was set here to free up yard space for the day.