A UP manifest makes its way through the trees of the Feather River Canyon.
A GEVO heads westbound as the DPU on a stack train on the feather river canyon.
Two on the point and one on the rear ease this Westbound stack train past the most famous location in the Feather River Canyon. A scene of this type, a stack train under Highway 70 at Pulga, will ... (more)
The Union Pacific A-B-A E unit set WB between Portola and Clio. (963B and 949 trail) During July 4th weekend 1994 UP and the Portola Museum operated 4 round trips over 2 days between Portola, Kedd... (more)
Like the 60's... The California Zephyr is in the Feather River Canyon! This modern CZ is led by two of GE's finest P42DC's, with Superliners behind, heading West at the famous double bridge... (more)
A$$'s get back to grazing after bugging the photographer for pretzels, and are oblivious to the Feather River Express heading to Portola, soaring high above the Chandler Creek.
The light is starting to fade as the MRVNP runs across the chandler creek trestle approaching quincy junction. This train will make excellent time through the canyon as they will see green all the... (more)
Seen through one of the Highway 70 tunnel vents BNSF 4623 heads west through Merlin.
Looking deep into the Feather River Canyon, we see an Eastbound stack train hugging the rocky edge, battling up the 1% grade.
WP 2001 dropping down the Canyon at James, just before the first road crossing of Hwy 70.
WP 2001 leads the FRE off the West Branch bridge, which carries the Canyon Sub & Hwy 70 across the Northern most part of Lake Oroville/the Feather River.
A Westbound Grain Train crosses over Keddie Wye in the late afternoon sun traveling through the Feather River Canyon.
Along the Rocky Feather River, Union Pacific 5573 helps bring a grain train down the mountain.
The Feather River Express heads East through Serpentine Canyon with fourteen PV cars on the drawbar of the P42's. The train is bound for Portola and spent the weekend there. On the Westbound run, ... (more)
The aptly named Feather River Express scales the canyon and skirts the North Fork Feather River, bound for Portola, with two P42's and fourteen private cars behind. The train was originally... (more)