Crude oil from North Dakota traverses the high line into Marshall Canyon.
Near sunset, an eastbound BNSF empty coal train is in Marshall Canyon at Scribner, Washington, on a sunny May 15, 2010. Marshall Canyon is just southwest of Spokane.
Made famous by photographers like Phil Hastings and Ron Nixon, Marshall Canyon, south of Spokane, Wash., is still a location that makes for a good photo. Such is the case on the afternoon of Janua... (more)
A local with an excellent all BN GP40M GP39M and GP38-2 lashup races along in the final rays of sunlight of the day in the Marshall Canyon. The cut of cars in tow are for interchange to the new E... (more)
A heavy ties train leaving Spokane, going to Pasco, with 2 NS locomotives (and 2 BNSF SD40-2 are pushing on the rear end). Any idea what these engines are doing so far away from home?
Just after a heavy downpour.