Mission Mountain Railroad

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Mission Mountain Railroad Overview

Montana’s Mission Mountain Railroad began operations in December of 2004. The branch begins at Eureka and extends (23.4 miles) south to Stryker, Montana.

The railroad formerly operated the Kalispell Branch until April 2020, when BNSF regained control.

MMT interchanges with BNSF at Stryker, Montana.

Mission Mountain Railroad Locomotives

Number Model Year(s) Built History Notes
WAMX 3922 GP39M 1965 Ex-WAMX 3922/BNSF 2875/BN 2875/BN 2509/GN 3026.
WAMX 3942 GP39-2 1976 Ex-UP 1248/UP 2748/UP 369/BM 369/DH 7609.
WAMX 3946 GP39-2 1976 Ex-UP 1232/UP 2732/UP 353/BM 353/DH 7613.

Mission Mountain Railroad Customers

Customer Location Company Description Type of Railcar Notes
Gwynn Lumber & Reload Eureka Lumber Yard & Transload Centerbeam Flatcars/Boxcars
Magnetite Ore Transload Eureka Transload Terminal Covered Hoppers






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