A pair of MRLs classic geeps wheel the Paradise local east to work at St. Regis.
We lucked into this MRL Special, being run for the Montana Special Olympics.They ran out to Dixon on the 10th Sub ,wyed and returned to Missoula.
A beautiful summer morning in Idaho is made even better by the appearance of the Pend Oreille Valley Railroad's local on its eastward trip to Sandpoint, Idaho to transfer with BNSF. It is seen her... (more)
It's just after sunset as Amtrak #6 eases down the grade around Big Ten Curve at dusk with the Denver Metro Area in the background.
A three hour late Amtrak #5 races up the grade through the canyon along South Boulder Creek between Rollinsville and Tolland. Passengers over the past week have been treated to spectacular fall co... (more)
Just after 6 A.M., a 4-hour-late Amtrak Empire Builder sprints westward into the Granite rock cut between Athol and Cocolalla, Idaho, with the crew desperately trying to make up time on the double... (more)
A westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train passes a set of helpers at Rogers, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. Some tunnel work was being done on the Mount Macdonald Tunnel, requiring s... (more)
A late Amtrak #5 led by a UP AC4400CW rounds the curve from Eisile towards Coal Creek Canyon west of Denver.
Chicago and North Western GE AC4400CW No. 8825 storms out of Pinecliffe, Colorado, with a westbound Union Pacific coal train on the afternoon of June 22, 2000.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal empty curves along the North Platte River through Wendover Canyon between Wendover and Cassa, Wyoming, on July 9, 1999. EMD SD70MAC No. 8800 still loo... (more)
Livingston helper #2 is pushing a westbound BNSF manifest up and over Bozeman Pass.
An eastbound Canadian Pacific rolls through Cisco tunnel and across the bridge over Fraser River
Previously surprised by a rattle snake which was lying in the greens we've had then a beautiful afternoon on the rim of Lombard Canyon. IMHO the most scenic location on the whole MRL. Here a BNSF ... (more)
In the final minutes of golden evening light at then end of a beautiful fall day, the outbound Night Gas climbs Evaro Hill at Nagos as the sun casts a vibrant yellow on the grassy hills.
Over 8,000 feet of manifest works East with a trio of BNSF-leased SD45's, under the watch of the impressive Absaroka Mountains on a beautiful October morning.