MRL 4406 leads the eastbound morning gas train towards Missoula strolling along the Flathead River east of Paradise, MT. The train diverted off the mainline and is using the original NP route thro... (more)
An westbound BNSF train with Boeing 737 fuselages and other components heading for final assembly in Renton, Washington.
Montana Rail Link’s gas train passes through the west switch at Paradise, Montana, and takes the siding for a pick up in the yard on October 14, 2018. The classy Northern Pacific-era cantilever si... (more)
MRL 4406 leads the eastbound morning gas train over the 10th Subdivision east of Paradise, MT along the Flathead River. The train is returning from the Thompson Falls area to Missoula.
MRL's Night Gas train is weaving its way around the Flathead River on its way to Piepline. Sometimes you just have to appreciate how big this world really is...
MRL's Night Gas train is leaving the 10th Sub, generally the preferred route for this train as its 42 miles shorter than the 4th Sub, which is seen in the foreground, and which they will enter to ... (more)
Wheels are a rollin’ on a westbound grain train approaching Paradise, Montana, on MRL’s Fourth Subdivision on May 3, 2012.
The snow line is visible just above this homestead east of Paradise, Montana. You can see how all the falling rocks and debris over the years probably has fell down in the crotch of this mountain ... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s gas local parallels a frozen Flathead River just east of Paradise, Montana, on February 9, 2014. Three vintage EMDs power the eastbound train through the frigid landscape. Lead... (more)
3 SD35's lead Montana Rail Link's night gas off the 10th Subdivision at Paradise, MT.
Night Gas Local has completed its run of the 10th Sub and will rejoin the 4th into Thompson Falls & Pipeline.
Day Gas is rolling off the 4th Sub onto the 10th.
With the current state of power, the only dash of non-orange you can count on across MRL are these....and they outnumber even the favorite red & silver BNSF units.