A northbound empty grain train with all CP power (two on the point and one DPU) heads up the Palouse River Canyon approaching the spur at Park amid springtime desert greens.
A southbound potash train winds through the series of short curves near the north end of Palouse Canyon on UP's Ayer Sub on a windy spring afternoon.
The entirety of a massive 129-car unit Canpotex potash train can be seen as the train heads south down the scenic Palouse River Canyon at Park. The two DPU's can be seen in the distance.
In a summer downpour, the southbound Grain Shuttle off the Palouse River & Coulee City sweeps through the S-curve at Park in the Palouse Canyon between Hooper and Joso.
The Washy Line (UP Ayer Sub) has many beautiful spots that are quite inaccessible. Here is one of them, along the Palouse River gorge. Want to go there? Don't do like me, don't go in the middle of... (more)
HEAT! A northbound UP/CP train coming from Hinkle and bound for Spokane and Canada crosses the Palouse River in the magnificent Palouse area, north of the Palouse Falls Park, between the Joso B... (more)