The UP Canyon Crawler heads for Portola as it rolls onto the Keddie Wye headed eastbound
UP 6142 shows the effects of going through a lot of tunnels and sucking up a lot of exhaust smoke as it exits one of the tunnels and enters the famed Keddie Wye. The train is following the Canyon ... (more)
An American Association of Railroads special train with all C&NW equipment roars over the Keddie bridge on its way east after visiting the San Francisco Bay Area via UP rails.
"Keddie Flyer" making a rare passenger run on the famous Keddie Wye back to Portola.
After sitting in the hole for the Feather River Express, a Stockton-bound coal train highballs the world famous Keddie Wye, creeping over the Spanish Creek at a blistering 10mph in the borderline-... (more)
In a stunning view, the eastbound California Zephur is crossing Keddie Wye trestle in the Feather River Canyon on a brilliant August 18, 1967. Leading the CZ is FP-7 #805-D and two 'B' unit ma... (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)
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
Richard Beal photo
Rolling over the Keddie Wye with some classic UP power, check out the old COPR boxcar!
After waiting for three hours, I could finally catch my first train of the day at Keddie. This manifest came from BNSF Gateway Sub, entering UP Canyon Sub along the Feather River Canyon. The lead ... (more)
At the junction of the High Line and the main at the venerable old Western Pacific division point at Keddie, a westbound double stack heads into the canyon.
Two SD70M's lead the daily Oakland to Marion, AR "K" train across the famous Keddie Wye. Just out of view, Train #5, the Westbound California Zephyr (detouring) is waiting in the hole.