MRL SD40-2XR 251 departs Logan onto the 5th Sub with a short train for the Magris Talc plant at Three Forks.
MRL SD40-2XR 251 flies over to Three Forks from Logan with a short train for the Magris Talc plant.
MRL's 844 local services the talc plant at Three Forks.
After dropping off a handful of cars at the Talc plant in Three Forks, Job #844's power heads back to Logan.
MRL's Logan local heads west onto the 5th Sub with traffic for Three Forks in tow.
MRL's 844 local heads west on the 5th Sub approaching Three Forks.
Job #844 drops off some cars at the Magris Talc plant.
The Logan local shoves into the yard off of the 5th Sub.
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A late running Billings Transfer is seen arriving Laurel with a trio of MRL SD40-2s.
MRL's 1st Sub is really nothing to get excited about, but it does have code line, old signals and the Billings Transfer usually has exciting power.
The Logan Local finishes up their switching at Whitehall before heading back east.
The 844 Logan Local returns through Jefferson Canyon after setting off their train at Whitehall.
The 844 local returns from Trident as they pass the fork of the Missouri and Gallatin Rivers