The Feather River Route has one fundamental advantage over the Donner Pass Route... Elevation. The Feather River Canyon cuts through rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains, providing the lowest passage po... (more)
The loud horn of UP 7765 echoes throughout the Feather River Canyon as it leads a grain train across the bridge at Tobin.
A BNSF grain train comes flying off the bridge at Tobin as it snakes its way down the Feather River Canyon. This was shot at 12mm on a cropped frame body.
A patched SP leader leads a Savage Mine, UT empty coal train up the Feather River as it's about to cross over the river at Tobin.
Still in original paint instead of "Perlman green," two Western Pacific GE's, and three BN units, restrain tonnage westbound down the Feather River near Tobin, Calif. The train came onto WP rail... (more)
With a light dusting of snow in the background accenting Fall colors in the Feather River Canyon, a trio of GE's Head West with an Intermodal train.
Clouds have rolled in just in time for a Warbonnet-led Eastbound baretable to rumble through the Feather River Canyon.
The Dunsmuir-bound Feathered UP Heritage Unit does its best to represent the Feathered River Canyon crossing over the bridge at Tobin.
A BNSF train exercising trackage rights over the UP's Feather River route crosses the canyon. Taken with permission.
UP 7694 squeezes through the truss bridge over Highway 70 at Tobin, leading a domestic stacktrain.
UP 844 crosses both Highway 70 and the Feather River at Tobin, underneath a spectacular plume.
BNSF 4467, part of a WB's DPU, is about to cross the bridge at Tobin. The chase of this BNSF train down the FRC was a lot less hectic then that of UP 844 up the canyon.
A westbound UP stack train works downgrade through the famed ex-Western Pacific "Rides Like a Feather" namesake canyon.
The location is a little uncertain, (Its California, maybe I should say shaky.) but after all it all looks the same, magnificent. EB freight.