Amtrak's westbound Feather River Express drifts across Rock Creek on the homeward leg of the 2011 Portola Railroad Days excursion. On this day the heartbeat of the Feather River Route's former own... (more)
In the shadow of the mountain. Still covered by the remnants of a cold, wet journey down the Gateway Subdivision, BNSF 5168 leads a westbound baretable train through the sharp curves at Roc... (more)
With a crew running low on hours, BNSF 7797 races up the Feather River Canyon at the Rock Creek Trestle. Due to delays in Oroville and Pulga, this train averaged less than 20mph between Mounkes (s... (more)
UP 3392 crosses Rock Creek in the Feather River Canyon in May of 1994.
After meeting one at Pulga, BNSF 4187 makes an early morning appearance at the Rock Creek Trestle. This train is currently traveling on trackage rights, but will soon be back on home rails near Ke... (more)
BNSF 729 and a mile long manifest wind their way through the Feather River Canyon as a snow capped Bald Eagle Mountain looms in the distance.
An empty coal train bound for Savage Mine, UT, charges along the Feather River as it crosses over the Rock Creek Trestle.
Winterstorm Dion has left the Feather River Canyon as a winter wonderland. On the evening of December 6th, 2013, snow began to fall in Northern California. By morning, there was a solid 6 inches t... (more)
The empty fruit train glides down the Feather River as it crosses over one of the famous trestles in the canyon, Rock Creek.
A newer SD70ACe leads a Lathrop, CA to Global 2, IL stack train up the Feather River Canyon as it crosses over the Rock Creek Trestle.
A westbound stack train heads down Feather River Canyon as it crosses over the Rock Creek Trestle.
Five GE motors are on the point of Pasco, WA to Bakersfield, CA manifest as they head through the Feather River Canyon.
UP 8535 glides through the Feather River Canyon as it goes over the trestle at Rock Creek.
UP 844 crosses the bridge at Rock Creek as hundreds of people watch from below.
Rock Creek Trestle, as viewed from river level.