The rear DPU of a westbound ethanol train gently glides down the 1% grades of the Feather River Canyon as it passes through Pulga, California on a sunny summer afternoon. From this vantage point, ... (more)
Eastbound stack train passes westbound freight during a UP show at James.
A stack train winds through the Feather River Canyon as the rear DPU passes under the Pulga double bridges.
The Union Pacific Canyon Flyer has a couple new SD59MXs on the point as it travels through the depths of the Feather River Canyon at the North Fork Bridge. This train was completely made up of loa... (more)
UP 5397 leads a loaded fruit train towards Williams Loop on an early June morning.
The empty fruit train glides down the Feather River as it crosses over one of the famous trestles in the canyon, Rock Creek.
GE motors roar with life as an empty coal train, bound for Savage Mine, UT, charge through Pulga with a bloody nose SP unit on the point.
A Roper, UT to Roseville, CA manifest gets rerouted through the Feather River Canyon on June morning. This train normally goes over Donner Pass, but with Donner closed for a week for track work, e... (more)
Time for Union Pacific to roll east at James.
Amtrak's detoured Coast Starlight continues its journey along the Feather River Route as it rolls through Pulga, California. Soon the train will be out of the mountains and into the scorching hot ... (more)
Union Pacific conductor inspects passing BNSF freight at James.
Working it's way east up the Feather River Canyon is this eastbound BNSF general freight as it nears the Honeymoon Tunnels.
Near Belden, this westbound North Platte to Roseville freight is lead by 2 new Heavies along with 2 older EMD's as it decends the Feather River Canyon.
An East bound BNSF trackage rights train weaves its way through the Serpentine Canyon.
Two GE's dynamics scream as they strain to keep their heavy coal drag under control while battling the force of gravity past Pulga.