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Photo ID: 711645

An Eastbound oil train crosses the trestle at Two Medicine River in East Glacier. The trains has just crossed Marias Pass and will now head East over the plains of Montana.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE ET44C4
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 4620
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Oct 02, 2019

Views: 1,240
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Photo ID: 711607

The sun is breaking through the clouds as a westbound Stack train creeps along at restricted speed due to another train in front

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE ES44C4
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 6678
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 05, 2019


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By: Justin Winiarz

Added: Oct 01, 2019

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Photo ID: 711547

The Eastbound Empire Builder passes False Summit on the downhill side of Marias Pass on a beautiful Fall morning. This train was first established in 1929. The Empire Builder was Great Northern's ... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 190
Train ID: AMTK 8
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Oct 01, 2019

Views: 1,154
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Favorited: 15

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Photo ID: 711540

An Eastbound oil train crosses the trestle at Two Medicine River in East Glacier. The trains has just crossed Marias Pass and will now head East over the plains of Montana.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE ET44C4
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 4620
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Oct 01, 2019

Views: 823
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Photo ID: 711404

After crossing the Continental Divide over Marias Pass, the Eastbound Empire Builder crosses the Two Medicine River Bridge just outside East Glacier and is about to cross the vast Montana plains.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 190
Train ID: AMTK 8
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Sep 29, 2019

Views: 1,184
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Favorited: 10

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Photo ID: 711100

An Eastbound oil train splits the signals at False Summit, just East of Marias Pass.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE ES44C4
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 4620
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Sep 26, 2019

Views: 666
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Favorited: 6

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Photo ID: 711098

After waiting on a clear signal, a Westbound manifest train heads toward Marias Pass. The train is seen passing the historic Amtrak, formerly Great Northern station at East Glacier.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE ES44C4
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 7127
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 26, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Sep 26, 2019

Views: 786
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Photo ID: 711076

The rear DPU of an Eastbound crude oil train reaches Maria’s Pass at the United States Continental Divide. Marias Pass, elevation 5,213 feet was once part of the Great Northern Railway.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 610
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 25, 2019


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By: Doug Boudrow

Added: Sep 26, 2019

Views: 1,275
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Favorited: 10

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Photo ID: 708713

Beneath the spectacular mountains of Glacier National Park, an eastbound Burlington Northern grain train crosses Two Medicine Bridge at East Glacier, Montana, on March 3, 1988. A trio of EMD SD40-... (more)

Railroad: Burlington Northern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BN 8098
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 03, 1988


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By: Mike Danneman

Added: Sep 02, 2019

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Views: 10,658
Comments: 1

Favorited: 68
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Photo ID: 700128

An eastbound Burlington Northern grain train crosses Two Medicine Bridge at East Glacier, Montana, during a light snowfall on a frigid March 1, 1989. The train is powered by gray GE LMX No. 8536 l... (more)

Railroad: LMX
Locomotive: GE B39-8 (Dash 8-39B)
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: LMX 8536
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 01, 1989


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By: Mike Danneman

Added: Jun 15, 2019

Views: 1,488
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Favorited: 13


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Photo ID: 699295

A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train crosses the towering Two Medicine Bridge at East Glacier, Montana, on December 21, 1998. A trio of Heritage I GE C44-9Ws power the train—N... (more)

Railroad: Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Locomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 987
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December 21, 1998


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By: Mike Danneman

Added: Jun 05, 2019

Views: 2,150
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Favorited: 18
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Photo ID: 692945

Burlington Northern train 34 heads over Two Medicine Bridge at East Glacier, Montana, on February 29, 1992. The eastbound vehicle train is powered by EMD SD40-2 Nos. 6384 and 8165 spliced by SD40 ... (more)

Railroad: Burlington Northern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BN 6384
Train ID: BN 34
Photo Date: February 29, 1992


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By: Mike Danneman

Added: Apr 02, 2019

Screener's Choice

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Favorited: 46
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Photo ID: 687624

Westbound BN freight passes over the impressive bridge over Two Medicine River. The barn in the foreground would have to be the most photographed barn in North America!

Railroad: Burlington Northern Railroad
Locomotive: EMD SD40-2
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BN 8157
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November, 1992


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By: Mark Bau

Added: Feb 15, 2019

Views: 4,981
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Favorited: 20

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Photo ID: 675482

An eastbound BNSF stack train crosses the bridge over Two Medicine River at East Glacier, Montana, on October 8, 2018.

Railroad: BNSF Railway
Locomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF 4394
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 08, 2018


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By: Mike Danneman

Added: Oct 28, 2018

Views: 1,857
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Favorited: 17
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Photo ID: 674940

As the sun rises over the mountain tops, a Morning eastbound Mixed Manifest crosses the Two Medicine River Bridge.

Railroad: Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Locomotive: Unknown
Location: East Glacier, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: BNSF
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 14, 2018


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By: Chris Mohs

Added: Oct 23, 2018

Views: 1,624
Comments: 0

Favorited: 23
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