OMAX empties head north from Guernsey.
A mixed freight is coming off the north end of the Oregon Trunk and is about a mile from crossing over the Columbia River into Washington. UP also in the shot below on the Portland Sub.
SD40-2s 7287 and 7238 haul grain cars towards the upper horseshoe curve.
An SD40-2 helper set shoves a loaded train around Breezy Point.
Westbound along the Columbia River Unit Oil Train with BNSF 6007 (ES44DC) and BNSF 6119 (ES44AC) up front and BNSF 6589 (ES44C4) and BNSF 5682 (AC44CW) at the rear.
Westbound empties roll down from the upper horseshoe curve.
MAXX empties pass the signals at MP411.6
A foreign leader on the UP Coast Sub! BNSF 3932, a Tier 4 GEVO, leads an empty UP autorack train south from Milpitas, CA to El Paso, TX. The Calpine Metcalf Energy Center can be seen off to the le... (more)
Eastbound Autorack Train with BNSF 7786 (ES44DC) and BNSF 4558 (C44-9W) and BNSF 4625 (C44-9W) at the rear leaving Adrian on the Columbia River Subdivision.
KCS westbound frac-sand load.
A loaded OMAX unit coal train is restarted from a signal check at MP 414.9. Trailing units are SD40-2 7815, SD40-2P KCS 638 and C30-7s 8155 & 5204.
This heavy train is passing under one of the few remaining ATSF signal bridges in the area.
A beautiful sunset at Seligman AZ. Another eastbound trains on a busy subdivision.