Montana Rail Links 'Day Gas' local has just left Thompson Falls,MT and begins its trip back to Missoula along the Clark Fork River.
An eastbound BNSF coal train rumbles past the Montana Rail Link depot at Thompson Falls, Montana, on September 17, 2011.
Instead of writing a long caption, I think I'll let this picture speak for itself.
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight approaches Thompson Falls, Montana, on September 17, 2006. Leading the eastbound manifest on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision is former Santa Fe GE B40... (more)
Sand and exhaust spews from the GP9s powering the Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local as it backs its train out onto the Fourth Subdivision main line at Woodlin east of Thompson Falls, Montana, aft... (more)
A BNSF powered freight rolls across the Clark Fork on the Belknap bridge near Thompson Falls, MT on Montana Rail Link. The power displays the three major BNSF color schemes utilized by the BNSF si... (more)
After switching Thompson River Lumber on the spur at Woodlin east of Thompson Falls, Montana, the Paradise local backs out onto the main line and prepares to head east back to Paradise on the afte... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s day gas local has just arrived at Pipeline at Thompson Falls, Montana, on the morning of January 24, 2013. MRL EMD SD70ACe No. 4312 and SD45 No. 318 have dropped off the loads ... (more)
An eastbound BNSF grain empty, led by Citirail GE AC4400CW No. 1307, crosses the Clark Fork between Belknap and Thompson Falls, Montana, on October 2, 2015.
The Day Gas heads back to Missoula from Thompson Falls, Montana along the Clark Fork River.
On a sunny October 14, 2018, Montana Rail Link’s eastbound gas local is heading down the Fourth Subdivision along the Clark Fork and crosses the Thompson River east of Thompson Falls, Montana.
BNSF 6710 heads up an eastbound empty grain train along the Clark Fork nearing Eddy siding east of Thompson Falls, MT on the Montana Rail Link.
Drifting home along the Clark Fork, the Day Gas has finished their work at Pipeline and are headed back to Missoula. In the background is Thompson River Lumber, a decent sized customer. Note the r... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s gas local crosses the Thompson River east of Thompson Falls, Montana, and is heading down the Fourth Subdivision along the Clark Fork to Paradise on October 14, 2018.
Just short of their destination of Pipeline in Thompson Falls, the Night Gas does a little work at Thompson River Lumber. Seen here coming out of the industry.