Cresting the pass, one of BN's late scheme SD60Ms leads a hot intermodal east.
Resplendent in the morning sunshine, BNSF 4750 slips beneath the cantilever at Summit - the east end of two main tracks on Marias Pass - after the Essex helpers had cut off. Fuji Astia.
A stack train heading west towards the Marias Pass Summit, which has an elevation of 5213 feet.
A trio of Amtrak GE P40DC Genesis locomotives in their original scheme power the eastbound Empire Builder over Marias Pass at milepost 1148 just east of Summit, Montana, on October 7, 1997.
A westbound BNSF grain train approaches the summit of Marias Pass at appropriately-named Summit, Montana, on October 8, 2018. Autumn weather at this elevation will soon bring early snow to the pas... (more)
On a wintery March 3, 1989, an eastbound Burlington Northern freight climbs over Marias Pass just west of Summit, Montana, beneath the towering peaks of Glacier National Park. The train is all-EMD... (more)
A pair of Amtrak P40DC “Genesis” locomotives leads the eastbound Empire Builder over Marias Pass just east of Summit, Montana, on October 6, 1997.
On an unusually cold and snowy October 10, 1997, Amtrak’s eastbound Empire Builder makes the climb over Marias Pass just west of Summit, Montana. This was during a short timeframe when Amtrak’... (more)
Park Train. Webb Rail’s former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built Pullman dome/sleeper 313 (WEBX 801044) and former Northern Pacific Railway Budd built dome/coach 549 (WEBX 801045) held ... (more)
A Westbound unit grain train is seen just after cresting the 5,213-foot summit at Marias Pass. Summit Mountain, which has a peak of 8,770 feet is seen in the background on the right. The 8,609-foo... (more)
Led by Burlington Northern EMD SD40-2 No. 7864, a westbound BN grain train tops Marias Pass in a heavy snowfall at Summit, Montana, on March 3, 1988.
The eastbound Empire Builder tops the continental divide and Marias Pass at Summit on their way East over the High Line
An Eastbound manifest has just topped Marias Pass and rolls down the east slope with a large variety of power
A westbound stack train at Summit on the Hi Line in Montana.