BNSF 4637 passes through tunnel 31 as they approach tunnel 32 and get ready to make the right turn toward Quincy on the Keddie Wye
WB UP stacks head west through the Feather River Canyon.
This BNSF train is just a few miles from Keddie and home rails, where it will continue north on it's way to Oregon and the PNW.
On a very rainy day in the Feather River Canyon, UP 844 chugged and puffed through the damp conditions, creating a spectacular show from my vantage high above Rock Creek.
This UP stacker is working eastbound at Pulga in the Feather River Canyon. No, the trees on the hillside behind the train aren't turning fall colors, there was a wild land fire a year or so befor... (more)
Eastside! The DPU of a Westbound domestic stack ducks under Highway 70, on the East side of the famed Pulga double bridges, on an early July morning.
A BNSF QSTDVJ reroute crosses the Rock Creek Trestle out of the shadows as the sun keeps rising in the east.
Three SD90/43MAC's lead 9 other units DIC, and a large drag up grade through the Canyon of the Feather River.
An Eastbound struggles upgrade through Pulga after losing it's rear DPU. They'd soon go into the siding at Pulga to meet two West, and to figure out the issue with the GEVO on the rear.
A southbound BNSF train travels through the heart of the Feather River Canyon, while the Milky Way shines brightly in the sky.
Framed by a guardrail of Highway 70, Westbound UP 4168 leans into the curve at James.
A shot I've always wanted to get... A train snaking its way through Tunnels 10 and 11 deep in the Feather River Canyon. UP 4168 has that honor of being the train in the shot, here just East of Poe... (more)
A trio of SD70ACe's lead a Westbound stacktrain through the Honeymoon Tunnels, before sunrise.
An ES44AC and a SD70ACe squeeze under Highway 70 at the most famous location in the whole Feather River Canyon... Pulga.
Two units hold back a Westbound domestic stacktrain as they negotiate the curves of the Feather River Canyon, just East of the famous Pulga bridges.