After making a trip up the Harrison Branch, Montana Rail Link’s local out of Logan works light engine through Jefferson River Canyon to Whitehall, Montana, on September 10, 2011.
Montana Rail Link’s Paradise local approaches Plains, Montana, along the scenic Clark Fork on September 18, 2006.
Crossing a wood trestle, Montana Rail Link’s 844 local drops down the 2.2% mountain grade on MRL’s branch to Harrison, Montana, on June 22, 2015.
MRL's 844 local heads west toward Whitehall, MT to service a grain industry on the highly scenic 5th Sub via Jefferson River Canyon. The sound of this pair of GP35s echoing off the canyon walls w... (more)
A pair of MRL GP35s lead the 5th Sub local toward Whitehall, passing through rural Cardwell.
MRL's 844 local to Whitehall approaches the Jefferson River which it will follow west through the canyon named after it.
MRL's local to Whitehall has just departed Three Forks and is about to pass through the small hamlet of Willow Creek on the former NP maineline over the now rail-banked Homestake Pass.
MRL's local to Whitehall traverses the Jefferson River Canyon where both the NP and the MILW passed in close proximity to one another. The former MILW right of way can be seen on the opposite ban... (more)
MRL's 5th Sub local heads west from Three Forks toward Whitehall, seen here passing a unique NP whistle post where the "W" is a silhouette instead of painted on.
The 5th Sub local traverses the highly scenic Jefferson River Canyon as it heads to Whitehall to serve an agricultural customer.
MRL's local down the 5th Sub departs Logan with a healthy train of freight for local customers.
MRL's 844 local switches the talc plant at Three Forks where many cars are shuffled about - empties in and loads out - as an unusual piece of mining equipment serves as welcome at the front entran... (more)
A classic pair of MRL GP35s switch the small yard at Logan before heading to Whitehall on the 5th Sub.
MRL's local to Whitehall departs Three Forks, passing a classic NP whistle post on its way to deliver more freight to customers.
MRL's local to Whitehall highballs the classic wooden grain elevator at Willow Creek with a short train and a pair of appropriate GP35s.