A southbound Yellowstone Valley freight train crosses the Missouri River, near Snowden, MT on Oct. 2, 2007 with GP38-3 No. 3836.
Autoracks from the IHB trot Westbound along the sandstone formations created by what is now the Yellowstone River and past a set of vintage Great Northern searchlights awaiting replacement.
Stacks roll eastward at Snowden behind a quartet of GEs.
Morning stacks round the curves eastbound at Snowden behind a duo of stalwart GEs.
Metallurgical coal from Canada's Crowsnest Pass bound for Chicago area steel mills heads eastward on the HiLine, seen here following the Missouri River near its confluence with the Yellowstone. Th... (more)
A rail grinder works its way past the west end of the scenic siding at Snowden, about 3 miles away from the North Dakota border. The grinder's crew would work only as far as the east switch before... (more)