With a lengthy train for Missoula, MRLs morning Gas train skates along the Clark Fork river in some beautiful summer sunlight.
On a sunny morning high above the valley, MRLs famed Day Gas train rumbles over the Evaro high bridge with 22 cars for Missoula.
MRL's Day Gas local heads eastbound through the small village of Perma, MT along the Tenth Sub. The Thank You Veterans unit is in the trailing position.
Montana Rail Links day gas local runs alongside the Flathead River at Perma on its way back to Missoula
The Day Gas skirts the banks of the Clark Fork River not long after departing Thompson Falls. In the five previous trips I'd taken to the MRL, this was my first time exploring much of the line wes... (more)
The "Day Gas" crosses the Flat Head river near Perma, MT on it's return run to Missoula.
The "Day Gas" cruises along the Flathead River near Perma, MT
The "Day Gas" approaches Plains, MT along the banks of the Clark Fork river in western Montana.
The "Day Gas" has just left Thompson Falls and accelerates along the Clark Fork river near Eddy on the return trip to Missoula.
Montana Rail Link's Day Gas local heads east along the Clark Fork River at Eddy.
Seen from atop a rocky hill, the MRL gas train curves into the tiny town of Weeksville, prepping to meet a train at Paradise a few miles out.
Skating along the Clark Fork River in northwest Montana, MRLs famous day gas train begins its eastward trek for Missoula, with the normal ‘06 & ‘08 up front.
The famous MRL Day Gas train can be seen here winding along the Clark Fork river halfway between Perma, MT & Dixon, MT.
MRLs Day Gas train descends the steep grade through Nagos, MT, on final approach to Missoula.
Montana Rail Link’s famous gas train can be seen here winding along the Clark Fork river on a beautiful summer morning. Todays train has the staple 4406 & 4408 up front for power.