A Masterful Suite
Where cooling fans dissipated diesel engine heat . .
The bedroom invites you with a king size bed topped with a Hudson Bay blanket and pillowcases. An antique wardrobe harmonizes with the blue pine ceiling with live edge trim. Radiator fans in the roof have been transformed into skylights to let in the Montana sunshine. And on those cold Montana nights, you can crank up the coziness with the fireplace.
“The locomotive provided us three nights of great sleep, with the surroundings of total comfort. This place is great. The detail and efficient use of space is incredible. Thank you for helping make memories.”
Where engine room doors opened to maintain the big diesel . .
The doors open to a great view of the mountain and the BNSF mainline, in both the living room and the bedroom.
Where oil coolers and oil filters protected the engine . .
Luxury and comfort abounds in the bathroom. Heated rainforest marble floor . . jetted tub framed by walls of travertine stone . . smoked glass sink on a wrought iron base.
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