A larger view of the PotlatchDeltic mill in St. Maries, ID. In the foreground, there is a small yard where the crew stages cars for the mill. In the morning they will pull loads out, spot the empt... (more)
A Bald Eagle stands guard at it’s nest, as the twice a day intruder rumbles by and across Benewah Lake near St Maries Idaho.
Tucked away in a corner of the Idaho Panhandle is the St Maries Ri... (more)
2 STMA GP10's lead the interchange train to the UP at Plummer, ID over the big trestle at Rockview, ID on 5/6/16.
STMA #103 crawls across the rebuilt section of the Benewah Lake bridge with a 21 car Plummer Turn in tow.
An eastbound 4-car St. Maries River Railroad freight crosses Benewah Lake west of St. Maries, Idaho, with early autumn in the air on September 30, 2016. On this day, only GP9 103 was serviceable f... (more)
St. Maries River Railroad's GP9 103 leads a trainload of lumber west toward Plummer, ID and the UP interchange. The train is crossing Pedee Creek trestle on the former Milwaukee Road mainline.
St. Maries River Railroad GP9 103 leads its train west across the Pedee Creek trestle on its way to Plummer Junction and its UP connection. The UP local will be there to meet and exchange cars wit... (more)
St. Maries River Railroad GP9 103 rolls several lumber loads west from St. Maries, ID where Potlatch Corp. and Stimson Timber both depend on the railroad for its outbound lumber mill shipments. Th... (more)
St. Maries River Railroad's turn from St. Maries to Plummer, ID shares the former Milwaukee Road Benewah Lake trestle with as osprey nest as it tiptoes across the former mainline bridge. Due to is... (more)
St. Maries River Railroad GP9 103, a former Milwaukee Road Geep, leaves St. Maries with a westbound train over the former Milwaukee mainline to Plummer, ID where it will interchange with the Union... (more)
STMA's Plummer Turn is on the return to the railroad's namesake town with 29 cars on the drawbars of the two former Milwaukee Road GP9's.
GONE: On the afternoon of Oct. 28, 2008, the log yard at Clarkia, Idaho was a busy place, as the empty St. Maries River Railroad train arrives to pick up another train of logs headed for th... (more)
At Plummer, the crew sorts cars for the local mill.
The Clarlia Logger brings it's loads of raw logs into St. Maries on former Milwaukee Road track. It will proceed through the yard to the Potlatch Mill and drop the loads. This was the last time I ... (more)
Not many log trains these days, this was one of the last and now it too is gone. A Clarkia turn on the St. Maries. The geeps, log cars, and the branch itself were all ex-MILW.