Joe E79 eases out of Tunnel 16 nearing Missoula.
Emerging from one of the many tunnels that defined the Pacific Extention, a Joe has tonnage moving west along US12 and the Clark Fork River nearing Alberton on this dreary September 1967 day.
Milwaukee Road 'Little Joe' class EF-4 2-D+D-2 electric #E70 on display in Deer Lodge, MT. With 5,110 continuous horsepower and a top speed of 68mph, it's easy to imagine a pair of these 3,300 Vol... (more)
MILW Little Joe E76 powers up and leads three SD40-2s (3009, 3018, 3000) eastward out of St. Regis, Montana across the namesake St. Regis River on August 9, 1973. Following the river was the Nor... (more)
MILW Little Joe electric E73 catches some ZZZZs in the Deer Lodge roundhouse on Aug. 4, 1973. Ordered and built for Russia, but never delivered because of tensions, the streamlined GE electrics ... (more)
Hanging around MILW's roundhouse at Deer Lodge, Mont. on Aug. 4, 1973 was Little Joe E76 at left, Little Joes E20 and E78 setting behind electric rotary snowplow X900212 and retired box cab E25A a... (more)
MILW "Little Joe" E-73 pilots a quartet of westbound MILW EMD GP40s up the 2% grade of Pipestone Pass with the Tobacco Root Mountains in the background.
Eastbound double Joe with dead box cab in tow pulls through the yard at Haugan
Eastbound double Joe with dead boxcabs in tow crosses the Clark Fork River and BN's former NP Main. The BN station is visible on the right
Eastbund with 2 Joes and a dead boxcab enters the yard while a westbound Joe Diesel combo sits on main waiting to leave
Visible in this photo is the end the Milwaukee blinded, first on the two passenger Joe's then later to all of them.
Following the St. Joe River out of Avery, MILW E21 is climbing as heads East.
At the Avery Depot, ready to head East, E21 is MU'd with what appers to be 3 GP40's. Today, the depot remains but the right of way is now a road.
Close-up of the front and cab area of Little Joe E79.