On Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision, an eastbound BNSF vehicle train departs Quebec, Montana, after meeting two westbound trains in Quebec siding under a brilliant sky at the end of the day ... (more)
After stopping for a meet with the westbound Montana Rail Link local out of Laurel, BNSF7564 starts it train of auto racks moving east. The sunset after a very stormy day was full of color with sn... (more)
A westbound BNSF grain train rumbles through Quebec, Montana, at sunset on June 24, 2019.
Beneath the jagged blue silhouette of Montana’s Crazy Mountains, an eastbound BNSF vehicle train meets a westbound grain train at Quebec on the eve of June 24, 2019.
A setting sun lights up the undersides of receding clouds a brilliant red at the end of the day on June 24, 2019, as an eastbound BNSF vehicle train departs Quebec, Montana, after meeting two west... (more)
The sun is setting behind Montana’s Crazy Mountains as the conductor of an eastbound BNSF vehicle train is on the ground to inspect Montana Rail Link’s westbound Laurel to Bozeman local passing by... (more)
The evening sky is glowing with pink accents as Montana Rail Link’s westbound Bozeman turn led by a venerable MRL EMD SD45 No. 355 passes the east switch at Quebec, Montana, during sunset at 9:14 ... (more)
3 classic motors are in the company notch with clear blocks to Livingston as they pull through the curves west of Quebec.
Two Montana Rail Link SD40-2XRs lead an eastbound, probably MRL’s Missoula to Laurel freight, approaching the west switch at Quebec, Montana, on October 17, 2018. Snow already cloaks the Crazy Mou... (more)
Eastbound coal empty passing Quebec siding on Montana Rail Link's 2nd Sub with a rainbow set of head end power. Santa Fe warbonnet red on full display in the lead.
Three classic MRL SD-45's on loan to the BNSF muscle a heavy 12,000 ton HKCKSPO west
A sexy trio of SD45's leased by BNSF swing the KCKSPO through one of the many curves along the banks of the Yellowstone River between Reed Point and Quebec on Montana Rail Link's 2nd Subdivision.
Airplanes afloat... for now! In just a few hundred miles, these airplanes will making national news, byswimming in the Clark Fork River as a result of a Montana Rail Link derailment.