- Cut Bank
- East Glacier Park
- West Glacier
- Wolf Point
Among the common freight carriers in Montana include BNSF Railway (BNSF), Dakota, Missouri Valley and Western Railroad (DMVW), Montana Rail Link (MRL), Union Pacific Railroad (UP), and Yellowstone Valley Railroad (YSVR). In terms of overall freight transportation, the BNSF Railway is the largest railroad in Montana, with 1,983 miles (3,191 km) of track in the state. Montana Rail Link is a Class II railroad that serves 100 stations runs along 817 miles (1,315 km) of track. Its main line serves Missoula, Livingston, Bozeman, Billings, and Helena. Central Montana Rail extends nearly 84.2 miles while serving Judith Basin, Fergus, and Chouteau Counties. Montana also has historical railroads which existed during the industrial boom of the 19th and 20th century.
Last Updated On : December 26, 2016