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Photo ID: 501356

Aptly named... Railfans of the MRL have been known to call the MRL 290 by its nickname, of "Flat-Back". The 290 began its life in May of 1966 as the GN 321, and eventually made it... (more)

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Austin, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Jimbo Local
Photo Date: October 03, 2014


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By: Steven M. Welch

Added: Oct 09, 2014

Views: 8,553
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Photo ID: 501109

A short ballast train eases to a stop while a crew member walks up to the MOW crew to prepare the train to dump on Skyline Trestle.

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Skyline, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Jimbo
Photo Date: October 04, 2014


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By: Austin S....

Added: Oct 07, 2014

Views: 2,891
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Photo ID: 501026

MRL's lone SDP40-2XR easily handles this short ballast train eastward out of Garrison on the way to their work site on Mullan Pass.

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Garrison, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Jimbo
Photo Date: October 02, 2014


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By: Austin S....

Added: Oct 06, 2014

Views: 2,087
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Photo ID: 421243

MRL 290, the lone SDP40 on the roster, sits by the roundhouse on a cool Winter evening. 290 would trail to Livingston on the "ML" where it'll receive traction motor work.

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Missoula, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Unassigned
Photo Date: January 08, 2013


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By: Steven M. Welch

Added: Jan 14, 2013

Views: 2,407
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Photo ID: 338366

The only SDP40-2XR on MRL's roster dumps ballast at the sight of a recent derailment at Jens, MT. After it is finished here, the train will continue towards Garrison to pick up old ties from recen... (more)

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Jens, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 03, 2010


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By: Jacob Kempf

Added: Sep 19, 2010

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Photo ID: 325359

45. The only train I will see on the Montana Rail Link on my 138 mile drive along MRL tracks on day 3 until I get to the Missoula yard. I did see a bunch of signs warning of mountain sheep and lon... (more)

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Plains, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: February 28, 2010


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By: Travis Dewitz

Added: May 23, 2010

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Photo ID: 198746

Another rare bird: MRL's SDP40-2XR was built as Great Northern 321 (SDP40) in 5/66.

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Livingston, Montana, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: -
Photo Date: July 30, 2007


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By: Jean-Marc Frybourg

Added: Aug 24, 2007

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Photo ID: 89103

ex-GN/BN Unit

Railroad: Montana Rail Link
Locomotive: EMD SDP40-2XR
Location: Savannah, Georgia, USA
Locomotive #: MRL 290
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December 28, 2004


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By: Thomas H. Parker

Added: Dec 28, 2004

Views: 2,551
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Favorited: 5
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