MRL 259 and 255 have the honors of bringing rail up to Tuscor, the location of a recent derailment of about 30 coal cars. This was the first train we ran into on our MRL adventure.
An eastbound BNSF train on the Montana Rail Link with empty airplane cars on the head end.
Approaching the small town of Superior, MT (famous for the last remaining, albeit removed, semaphores on the MRL) the Night Gas takes the longer 4th Sub so an eastbound fleet can take the shorter ... (more)
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train blurs past a graveyard of semaphore signal masts lined up at Superior, Montana, after their removal from usefulness on October 6, 2005. One of o... (more)
The property at Superior was still a tidy place in the autumn of 1967 on the onetime route of the Olympian Hiawatha.
MRL 109 is in the siding at Superior, MT with a "Jimbo" work train, which appears to be picking up old ties. These trains are used for dropping new ties as well as retrieving old ones on... (more)
Pieces of the Past: A quiet Saturday morning in Superior, Montana is temporarily interrupted by a trio of Montana Rail Link SD45-2s leading H-KCKSPO1-24. In the foreground, old signal masts... (more)
HKCKSPO blasts by the west siding switch at Superior.
MRL Night Gas at Superior heading toward Thompson Falls with loads and the power/cars for the Paradise local.
MRL Night Gas on the 4th Sub at Superior, MT.
MRL's Paradise local is in the hole waiting for the EB Laurel-Pasco to pass.