Railroads of Montana
and the Pacific Northwest
Photography by Dale Jones

Kettle Falls, Washington Book
Spokane International
Milwaukee Road Connection
Great Northern Marias Pass


75 Montana Railroad Related Maps
1890 General Montana Railroad Map
1899 General Montana Railroad Map
1902 Northern Pacific Railway
1904 Great Northern Railway
1906 General Montana Railroad Map
1918 Milwaukee Road Montana

USGS Blackfoot & Lewistown
USGS Boulder, Livingston & Red Lodge
USGS Butte Area
USGS Helena Area

USGS Libby, Missoula & Nyac

Employee Search
Great Northern Photographs
GN - Dale Jones Photos
GN - Cordell Newby Collection
GN -Essex, Montana Station Papers

GN- Flandrau's 1925 Marias Pass
GN-BNSF Milepost List

Lewistown, MT Newspaper Index
Marias Pass
Online Marias Pass Railfan's Guide
Marias Pass Photos
Milwaukee Road 1920s Ad Book
Milwaukee Road - Avery, Idaho
Montana Locomotive List
Montana Railroad - Lombard

Montana Bibliography
Montana Place Names
 List of Montana Railroads
Northern Pacific Photographs
Soo Line in Montana

Soo Line - 1916 Snowplow
Historic Soo Line Photos

Spokane International Railway

The Montana Almanac 1957

GN Montana Station Names - 1937
Compiled Montana Place Names
Great Northern Mileposts




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I am presently working on a new 128-page Arcadia Press book
The Spokane International Railway
This book will examine the various influences and outreach
the Spokane International/Union Pacific has had on the Inland Empire.
Subjects will touch on the McGoldrick Lumber Company,
the Washington, Idaho & Montana Railway, the SI's influence on building the Alaska Highway
and excellent images on the elusive Ohio Match/Burnt Cabin Railroad of the Coeur d'Alene forest.

Jerry Quinn, Richard Yaremko and others have generously
contributed images of Spokane International history
from downtown Spokane thru Crowsnest Pass on the Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Included will be many unpublished images from the lens of legendary SI chronicler Larry Shawver.

The expected retail price is $22.99 with a release date of May/June 2019

The Spokane International Railway was a small Class 1 railroad built in 1905 by D.C. Corbin as a 140-mile rail line from Spokane, Washington to Eastport, Idaho. The railroad existed independently from 1906 to 1958 when the Union Pacific took over running the line. The SI Railway primarily moved interchange traffic from the Canadian border to the Pacific Northwest to complete with James J. Hill's Great Northern/Northern Pacific railroads that dominated the region; today the route is still a profitable operation with commodities shipped to Western markets via the Canadian Pacific Railway.

The book will combine interesting technical and operational information and Larry's reflections, wit and personal involvement with employees and history of the railroad from the 1910s through 2000. Nearly every lineside location and railyard was photographed by Mr. Shawver, and there is a story behind each one.
The Arcadia Press book will be a 128-page soft cover publication with about 200 B&W images, the projected retail price will be $22.99US with an expected mid 2019 release date.

MP1 to MP25
Timber, Troops and Hoodoos  

Bonners Ferry
Mountains and Tunnels
Larry Shawver


If you are interested in Montana railroad history
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