The waters of the Clark Fork River gently flow below, and the occasional celebratory remarks of a fisherman on the rivers edge behind me fill the calm mountain air, until 60 cylinders and 10,800 h... (more)
The white waters of the Fish Creek rapidly flow below three SD45's and their 119-car Kansas City, KS to Spokane, WA manifest, which are soaring high above on the 576 foot long Bridge 165.
A pair of U25C's and an SD45 lead a freight over the Clark Fork River.
MRL GP9 127 and 120 are seen leading a short Paradise Local returning from Thompson Falls near Plains - 26/09/2014
MRL SD40-2 252 is seen leaving Paradise in an eastbound work train up the 4th Sub crossing the Clark Fork River - 26/09/2014
Gracefully curving around Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta, is VIA train No. 1, the westbound Canadian, on July 13, 2014. Trailing the 21-car train is dome-observation (and sl... (more)
Arriving at Jasper East, Alberta, on Canadian National’s Edson Subdivision is VIA Rail’s westbound Canadian led by EMD F40PH-3 No. 6439 on July 8, 2014. Train No. 1 is only moments from a lengthy ... (more)
A westbound “Boeing Special” J train (high/wide move) hurries along the Clark Fork between Noxon and Heron, Montana, on September 26, 2014.
BNSF ES44DC 7338 is seen leading an eastbound Manifest at Pinecliff - 19/09/2014
Amtrak P42 #11 is seen leading the westbound California Zephyr #5 at Tolland - 19/09/2014
Amtrak P42 #60 and P40 #816 are seen leading the westbounde California Zeprhyr #5 west at State Bridge with a FRA car at the front perhaps why its running to time!? - 07/10/2014
Union Pacific AC4400 5697 is seen leading an eastbound loaded coal train downgrade from the Moffat Tunnel at Tolland, Colorado - 19/09/2014
Montana Rail Link EMD SD45s Nos. 355 and 326 (MRL labels the locomotives SD45-2s) lead a BNSF HKCKSPO freight westbound at Tuscor, Montana, on September 26, 2014.
Exiting Tunnel 1 just east of Plainview, Colorado, is eastbound Union Pacific freight RODVM (Roper Yard in Salt Lake City to Denver Manifest) on October 22, 1997. Rio Grande’s first EMD SD40T-2 “T... (more)