BNSF 729 and 624, which both sport the "Santa Fe" warbonnet paint scheme, cross the mighty Spanish Creek trestle as they approach Keddie, California with a long manifest train in tow.
On a late March afternoon, BNSF 6680 leads a Provo to Stockton manifest across the world famous Keddie Wye. Most BNSF trains at Keddie come off the Gateway Subdivision and would be on the other tr... (more)
A UP Canyon Sub freight on the ex-Western Pacific route through California's Feather River Canyon diverges from the main line to Salt Lake City as it emerges from tunnel 32 at Keddie, CA. This is ... (more)
BNSF's B-OIGTAC added some spice to an otherwise usual baretable as an Amtrak California F59PHI sandwiches the two GE's as it heads north for rebuilding.
An eastbound UP freight is climbing through the Feather River Canyon on the ex-Western Pacific main line. The bridge in the distance is the "High Line" to Bieber, a.k.a. the Inside Gateway. There,... (more)
As light rain begins to fall, Amtrak 71 leads the AAPRCO "Napa Valley Limited" across the Spanish Creek Trestle near Keddie, California. After leaving Klamath Falls at 6:00am, this train trailed a... (more)
BNSF 7726 smokes just slightly as it crosses the Spanish Creek Trestle in Keddie, California on a cloudy fall day. The screeching from the cars echoes throughout the mountains as its done for many... (more)
AAPRCO visits Keddie! The AAPRCO "Napa Valley Limited" crosses the World Famous Keddie Wye as it begins its journey down the Feather River Canyon on a cloudy September afternoon.
A BNSF High Line train makes its way off the Keddie Wye and onto UP rails for a westbound trip through the Feather River Canyon
Amtrak 937 crawls onto the Keddie Wye and will soon stop at a red signal on the other side of tunnel
The AAPRCO's Napa Valley Limited glides over the beautiful Clear Creek Trestle on BNSF's Highline in the scenic Feather River Canyon.
After crossing the World Famous Keddie Wye bridges, the northbound Coast Starlight train highballs Keddie and heads for the BNSF Gateway Subdivision. Here it passes by the east leg of the Keddie W... (more)
The trackage right BNSF manifest bound for Provo, UT slowly crosses over the trestle at Keddie as the BNSF Gateway Subdivision can be seen in the background.
The rerouted Z train, bound for Lathrop, exits the tunnel at Keddie as it enters the Feather River Canyon.