A pair of warbonnets cling to the cliffs of the Feather River Canyon as they lead a BNSF manifest passed the Rock Creek Dam on a warm April afternoon.
A "Santa Fe" warbonnet leads a westbound train along the banks of the Feather River as it cruises into Serpentine Canyon. Here, wires help protect trains from crashing into potential rockslides.
BNSF 729 cruises through the depths of the Feather River Canyon as it leads a large manifest along the ex-Western Pacific mainline near Pulga.
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.
Westbound UP double stack on the horseshoe curve near James.
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 BNSF grain bound for Bakersfield comes snaking through the Feather River Canyon as it passes the classic double bridges located at Pulga, California.
A lengthy grain train led by the BNSF 5478 snakes along the banks of the Feather River as it approaches the Poe Dam near Pulga, California.
On a late March afternoon, BNSF 6680 leads a Provo to Stockton manifest across the world famous Keddie Wye. Most BNSF trains at Keddie come off the Gateway Subdivision and would be on the other tr... (more)
A BNSF grain train snakes through the treacherous Feather River Canyon as it passes the Rock Creek Dam west of Belden, California. Luckily, due to recent rains, there is "some" water in the Feathe... (more)
A Canadian tuned horn reverberates around the canyon as 3 CN acquired locomotives help out a BNSF train from Richmond back to Dore, ND with a layover at Wishram.
With a Canadian safety cab dash 9 in the lead, this unit empty crude makes it's way around the twists and turns of the Feather River Canyon.
With a Bronco escort running two miles ahead, this two car UP local runs eastbound through the Feather River Canyon at dusk after just clearing through Pulga