A westbound BNSF coal train leaves Toole, Montana, on October 8, 2019. Toole siding is located between St. Regis and Paradise on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision.
Spring is making a showing along the banks of the Clark Fork just west of Toole, Montana, as a westbound BNSF coal train rumbles by on May 3, 2012.
Following the course of the Clark Fork, MRL 252 and 113 pair up to bring a lengthy Paradise Local towards St Regis, where they'll switch Tri-Con. Due to plummeting lumber prices in Canada, the cus... (more)
This BNSF grain train is moving west along the Clark Fork between St. Regis and Paradise on the MRL fourth subdivision.
After allowing the Paradise local to pass, this BNSF grain train pulled out of the siding at Toole and is seen here accelerating west bound along the Clark Fork.
An all-CN powered Prince Rupert, BC-bound export coal train follows the Clark Fork River downstream through the railroad west (geographic east) switch of Toole. The Clark Fork runs brown with dirt... (more)
Winter Wonderland: As fog hangs above the Clark Fork River valley, a westbound manifest thunders out of the west siding switch Toole, kicking up the dry powder along the bank of the river.
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local accelerates out of Toole siding after meeting a westbound BNSF freight and heads for St. Regis, Montana, on September 25, 2013.
Springtime in Montana Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local is heading back to Paradise and is just west of Toole, Montana, on May 3, 2012. Under a leaden sky that is occasionally spitting... (more)
The Montana Rail Link hauls BNSF's Memphis, TN - South Seattle, WA stack train along a placid Clark Fork River west of Toole, Montana.
Passenger train ?
With Boeing-made oversize loads
A local job with a GP9 and a GP35 is facing the west although it is an eastbound. The GP9 is a 1957-built ex-Northern Pacific locomotive and it is running on an ex-NP line.