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  1. Almost at the Top

    Almost at the Top

    This westbound hopper train at Glacier, British Columbia will shortly crest Rodgers Pass and begin its decent down to the Columbia River.
  2. First Snow

    First Snow

    This westbound double stack on August 27, 2010 at Glacier, British Columbia will shortly kick over the top and start it decent of Rodgers Pass. Reportedly the first snow of the season is falling in the high country above the pass
  3. Winter Will Come Soon

    Winter Will Come Soon

    CPR 8712 at Glacier, British Columbia with a hopper train for the mines along the Cranbrook Subdivision.
  4. Inside Looking Back

    Inside Looking Back

    This particular special has been my particular project, so it is very special to me personally. The car is the Glacier View, train a CSLRA annual fall special, location the Alameda Corridor approximately MP 7, date November 11, 2009.
  5. Officers Special

    Officers Special

    O-SEANWEZ-04 officers special (marketing train)eastbound on the seawall with a low tide heading for Canada with a SD-40-2 on point that must impress and Lake Superior-Stampede Pass-Mountain View-Marias Pass and the very nice dome theater car Glacier View.
  6. BNSF 4450 at Two Medicine

    BNSF 4450 at Two Medicine

    BNSF V-PTLBLU crosses the Two Medicine river bridge at East Glacier on a warm spring day
  7. Mountain Reflection

    Mountain Reflection

    Two SD40-2s and a SD45-2 lead an eastbound stack train over Marias Pass. The train is descending the hill as it approaches Bison siding on July 16, 2003.
  8. Passenger Car "Burlington Northern Santa Fe Glacier View" at Auro

    Passenger Car "Burlington Northern Santa Fe Glacier View" at Auro

    Passenger car "Burlington Northern Santa Fe Glacier View" brings up the rear of the inbound Southwest Chief. Notice its westbound counterpart, the westbound/outbound Southwest Chief (lead by Amtrak 20), passing on the left.
  9. Looking to the front of a P42

    Looking to the front of a P42

    This angle make the front of this P42 seem almost flat
  10. P42's on the Empire Builder

    P42's on the Empire Builder

    A view of the back of one & the front of another P42 on Amtrak's Empire Builder
  11. Looking back at the Empire Builder

    Looking back at the Empire Builder

    A view from the front looking back on the train.
  12. P42

    P42

    A front view of the 2nd P42 on Amtak's east bound empire builder
  13. Amtrak's  Eastbound Empire Builder

    Amtrak's Eastbound Empire Builder

    A pic. looking towards the front of the east bound Empire Builder at East Glacier.
  14. A Superliner 2 Truck

    A Superliner 2 Truck

    Picture of one of the trucks under this Superliner 2 car.
  15. A Superliner 1 Truck

    A Superliner 1 Truck

    A picture of the front truck under this Superliner 1 car.
  16. Empire Builder Power

    Empire Builder Power

    Thw P42's are at the head end of the East bound Empire Builder in August 2005.
  17. Front part of the Empire Builder

    Front part of the Empire Builder

    The morning eastbound Empire Builder at East Glacier
  18. BNSF SD60M #9297

    BNSF SD60M #9297

    I got this pic. of the conductor's side of BNSF SD60M #9297 up in Whitefish. This was one of several locomtives that BNSF painted in expirimental paint schemes early on. #9297 is especialy unique because BNSF put 1 expirimental paint scheme on the conductor's side & another version on the...
  19. Empire Builder @ East Glacier

    Empire Builder @ East Glacier

    This is a picture of the head end of the west-bound Empire Builder while it was stopped in East Glacier. Location: East Glacier, Mt Date: August 2003 Railroad: Amtrak Train: Empire Builder (westbound)
  20. Through Scenic Glacier River Curve

    Through Scenic Glacier River Curve

    Eastbound Amtrak Empire Builder curves along one of the many scenic river curves in Feb. 2000 near Glacier National Park. Shot with 50MM lens, 200 speed film. East of Belton, Montana. This was part of a 7-day around the country trip.



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