MRLs Day Gas train descends the steep grade through Nagos, MT, on final approach to Missoula.
MRL's day gas descends Evaro Hill on their final approach to Missoula.
Montana Rail Link’s gas local descends Evaro Hill near Nagos, Montana, and is crossing Indreland Road heading for Missoula on May 23, 2011. Rebuilt SD45 No. 3826 (rebuilt and labeled a SD45-2M) le... (more)
The Morning Gas local descends the steep and twisting Evaro Hill as it nears the old station of Nagros, MT. Urban sprawl is encroaching closer to the tracks nearly every year.
Montana Rail Link’s gas local descends Evaro Hill near Nagos, Montana, on September 28, 2013. Rebuilt SD40 No. 256 (now labeled a SD40-2XR) leads newer SD70ACe No. 4312 for power.
Helpers on Evaro! Due to a derailment on the 4th Subdivision west of Missoula the previous day in which Boeing fuselages fell into the Clark Fork River, on Independence Day several heavy trains we... (more)
Montana Rail Link Engineer Ralph Mackey takes MRL's Gas Local up the 10th Subdivision west of Missoula near Nagos. The train is down to 6.2 miles per hour, and will stall in just a few minutes. Th... (more)
On the evening of Sept. 10, 2011, Montana Rail Link SD45-2 382 leads the twice daily gas local west near Nagos, Mont., one of the toughest stretches of Evaro Hill on the 10th sub.
Waiting to see the eastbound BNSF geometry train (seen here and here... (more)
A silhouette at dawn. The "Day Gas" grinds up Evaro Hill in the pre-dawn darkness. True to form, there is an exhaust trail from the SD45, but nothing from the SD70ACe.