A BNSF manifest freight rolls east on the Montana Rail Link near Trout Creek, Montana. Even though the fish were biting, I will always have time to photograph a train.
At the end of a clear but cold day in October 1997, Union Pacific rotary snowplow No. 900082 and support train clears the Kansas Pacific Line in eastern Colorado.
A rare occurrence where an over and under of two trains was possible on the Montana Rail Link happened for a relatively short period of time in 2009. The track that SD40-2XR no. 263 is on was rebu... (more)
A Montana Rail Link ballast train has finished loading a few miles west of here at Pipestone Quarry, and is on the approach to Whitehall, Montana. This is taken from the old U.S. Highway 10 overpa... (more)
Montana Rail Link's Gas Local finishes up its switching chores at its terminus just east of Thompson Falls. Thankfully, the sun popped out during the last part of the day. The two locomotives (SD7... (more)
A northbound Fox River Valley train with an SD24/RSD15/SD35 lash-up rolls over the Fox River in Menasha, Wisconsin.
Three out of four Montana Rail Link F45s lead the westbound LM (Laurel-Missoula) freight past Toston Dam a few miles from Lombard, Montana.
A westbound BNSF coal train winds its way along the Missouri River just west of Lombard, Montana, on Montana Rail Link’s 2nd Subdivision.
On a gorgeous fall evening, a BNSF eastbound grain empty heads across a causeway just west of Trout Creek, Montana, on Montana Rail Link's 4th Subdivision.
A trio of Warbonnets leads a detouring stack train across the swollen Clark Fork River on the Montana Rail Link in Clark Fork, Idaho.
A trio of BNSF Heritage 1 DASH 9s lead a westbound freight on the Montana Rail Link alongside the Missouri River between Toston and Lombard, Montana. It looks like a grain train, but it’s actually... (more)
A BNSF Railway SD70MAC leading a southbound coal train just north of Bill, Wyo., is silhouetted against a beautiful Wyoming sunset.
An eastbound BNSF coal train rolls through Lombard, Montana. A bit of smoke from forest fires to the west contributes to a colorful sunset.