A BNSF freight crosses 576-foot Fish Creek Bridge at Rivulet, Montana, on June 30, 2019, heading westbound on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight crosses Fish Creek Trestle near Rivulet, Montana, on July 3, 2001. The 576-foot nine-span bridge is officially called bridge 165 on Montana Rail L... (more)
Heavy equipment is now on the scene and the clean up has begun. Three brand-new 737s lie partially submerged in the Clark Fork River. The spectacular derailment made national news...it was quite ... (more)
The engineer on the MRL business car special has his train down to a crawl while crossing over Fish Creek along the MRL's scenic 4th Subdivision between Missoula and St. Regis.
Soaring high over the white waters of the Fish Creek, MRL's Silver Cloud business train crawls West with a train full of passengers. Dennis Washington put on a show for a business partners' family... (more)
The white waters of the Fish Creek rapidly flow below three SD45's and their 119-car Kansas City, KS to Spokane, WA manifest, which are soaring high above on the 576 foot long Bridge 165.
Westbound MRL SD45 trio crossing Fish Creek on a perfect summer afternoon.
100 cylinders in the eighth notch rumble across the rapid waters of the Fish Creek, in first light of the day on a crisp May morning.
Five Montana Rail Link SD45's rumble across the rapid waters of the Fish Creek, catching first light of the day on a cool Spring morning. You can't beat 100 cylinders in the eighth notch as a way ... (more)
A westbound BNSF grain train crosses Fish Creek Trestle at Rivulet, Montana, on May 15, 2013. This 576-foot trestle is officially known as MRL Bridge 165, and was used in a few key scenes in the S... (more)
BNSF 6708 on the point of a loaded grain train traversing Fish Creek on MRL's 4th Sub near Rivulet, MT. It's only a 100 yard (or so) hike down the hill off an old dirt road in the middle of nowher... (more)
Alberton Gorge: A westbound BNSF Railway freight train snakes through the remote Alberton Gorge on Montana Rail Link's 4th Subdivision on April 7, 2012. To the left is the Clark Fork River.... (more)