High above the tunnel, MRLs evening gas train flies westbound along the tiny town of Cyr, MT.
MRLs Night Gas train can be see here flying through a tunnel along the tiny town of Cyr, MT, with a pair of MRLs finest Aces for power.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe EMD SD40-2 No. 8046 leads a westbound train toward the 305-foot Tunnel 5.5 at Plateau, also sometimes referred to as Philemon Tunnel, near Cyr, Montana, on July 3, 200... (more)
A westbound BNSF Denver to Tacoma stack train rumbles through Cyr, Montana, on the afternoon of September 23, 2006. The train is powered by a pair of EMD SD40-2s painted in Heritage I livery, with... (more)
MRL's Business Train races west around the sweeping curve near Cyr, Montana on a spectacular spring morning in the valley of the Clark Fork River.
On an absolutely gorgeous morning in western Montana, a westbound unit grain train cruises through the big curve at Cyr beneath the backdrop of the Bitterroot Mountains.
Anticipation - Approaching headlights (from BNSF C44-9W #709, not pictured) reflect off the rain soaked sides of a long string of Montana Rail Link 50 ft. boxcars stored in the hole ... (more)
A couple of former NP U-33-C’s on the old NP lead a modest westbound freight through semaphores near Cyr, Montana on Aug. 7, 1973. The U boats were only four years old.
Built in 1971 for the Burlington Northern, the MRL 256 enters the 305-foot long Tunnel #5.5 on MRL's 4th Subdivision between Alberton and Cyr; with the daily "Night Gas" local in tow.
A loaded coal train glides West at track speed on a wet and cold Winter afternoon.
Little Joe E20 is westbound over high steel at Cyr, MT in early spring of 1971.
A pair of BNSF EMDs serve a DPU power on the rear of a westbound coal train as it travels across Montana Rail Link's 4th Sub near Cyr, Montana. Fish Creek Trestle was the site of a Northern Pacifi... (more)
With the clouds moving out just in time, a westbound BNSF grain train makes its way along the Clark Fork River on Montana Rail Link's Forth Sub. May 10, 2009.
The Laurel - Spokane rolls west along the MRL.