Jennings is where the new allignment of the Great Northern split off to bypass Lake Kookanusa.
BNSF 8086 is the rear DPU unit on an eastbound oil train slowing at Jennings, MT to meet a westbound Z-train. Jennings is the west end of a GN/BN line relocation that included construction of the ... (more)
Beginning in 1902, the Great Northern began navigating its trains between Jennings and Columbia Falls, Montana on a new right of way partially following the Kootenai River. This route bypassed a l... (more)