RIVULET – Forgotten but not gone, those airplane fuselages so unceremoniously dumped onto the side of the Clark Fork River west of Alberton on July 3 remain at Rivulet in varying states of dismemberment.
MISSOULA — Crews on Saturday continued to clean up debris from a Montana Rail Link freight train that derailed near Fish Creek, sending three aircraft fuselages down an embankment and into the Clark Fork River.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that closed Wyoming 372 on Thursday, causing a five-car train derailment.
OLNEY — A BNSF Railway train derailment in western Montana sent 45 empty coal cars off the tracks and closed a portion of U.S. Highway 93 near the town of Olney.
AUSTIN — A freight train derailed on the outskirts of town early Tuesday morning, scattering train cars down an embankment and on top of one another like pickup sticks.
HELENA — BNSF Railway officials say crews early Saturday reopened the main rail route across northern Montana after two freight trains derailed the previous day near Glacier National Park.
GREAT FALLS — Crews are working to get 12 cars of a freight train back on track after they derailed in Great Falls.
Officials with BNSF Railway reopened by midnight Wednesday a railroad line in northeastern Montana where a freight train derailed Tuesday.
A pair of locomotives and a car containing grain products derailed late Sunday night near Broadview.
The driver of a semitrailer that collided with a freight train between Bainville and Culbertson on Tuesday is recovering at a Billings hospital, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
HAVRE - A 93-car freight train en route from Spokane to Minneapolis has derailed on Montana's heaviest used rail line, injuring two crew members and leaving several cars and locomotives piled on their sides along the tracks.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Two rail cars carrying grain from Montana overturned in Vancouver, Wash., and dumped an estimated 15 to 20 tons of grain into streets on the edge of the city’s downtown.
A train derailed 30 miles east of Libby on Wednesday, and several cars were buried in debris after a rock slide slammed into its side. (AP photo)
THERMOPOLIS — Crews are working to replace road tracks in the Wind River Canyon after two locomotives crashed and spilled up to 6,800 gallons of diesel fuel earlier this week.