Over 55 years old and still stretching their legs! Montana Rail Link GP9s Nos. 113 and 120 were both built for the Northern Pacific in 1957. Here they stretch their legs on the Paradise... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local switches Thompson River Lumber at Thompson Falls, Montana, on September 23, 2009.
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)
While the conductor of the Paradise Local checks his paperwork for what work needs to be done at Tricon Timber, LLC., Montana Rail Link GP9 No. 113 sprints for St. Regis just (railroad) east of Pa... (more)
The end of another day in Paradise! MRL GP9 faces the setting sun after a day's duties on the Paradise local. The local will typically go on duty about 8 am and head east to St. Regis or Superior,... (more)
The Paradise yard job works under the mountain peaks that surround the area. Sounds like this terminal may be shut down in the near future. Glad I was able to catch it when I did.
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local backs down the spur at Thompson River Lumber and prepares to set out the train at Thompson Falls, Montana, on the afternoon of September 18, 2012. MRL GP9 No. 11... (more)
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise Local rolls across the Clark Fork River near Donlan, Montana. The local, with a pair of GP9s, is heading back to Paradise, and on to Thompson River Lumber near Thompso... (more)
MRL GP9s of CNW, GN, and NP heritage parked at the turntable in Missoula.
3 EMD products of old generations. From left to right: ex-BN SD40-2XR 254 built 10/71, ex-NP GP9 113 built 02/57, exSSW SD45-2XR 325 built 11/1968
MRL 113 Switcher at this Livingston MT facility by Sand Tower
With Remote Control Caboose MRL 1102.