A wild lashup for a Tacoma, WA - Cicero, Ill stack train!
An empty garbage train waits for a meet with a Warbonnet.
This westbound, possibly a M-PASLYD heads east with an interesting lashup, including a Tunnel Motor, former CR unit and a NS SD70M-2!
This was the third train to come off the Trunk with NS power in the consist!
"Junk" power galore on this train! Of note is SD40 6324 with a white face and barrier stripes, and GP38-2 2085, the former BN Pacific Pride II unit.
The coal drag leans in to the sweeping curve at Kalama.
Possibly the afternoon Z from Portland to Chicago has this great lashup. That's the MRL 1744 second.
F-PNWR-08 arriving UP's Brooklyn Yard with a BNSF crew to do a mainline swap with a Portland & Western crew, yours truly doing the ground work.
Crossing the northern bridge on the "Twin Crossings" while the rest of the train remains in Tunnel #2 and on the south bridge.
After meeting the BNSF 820 at the Cambrai siding, BNSF 4969 heads north towards Vancouver.
Mount Hood looms in the background as this Cicero, Ill bound Z train heads east from Portland.
A southbound manifest is seen rolling along the Deschutes River on the Oregon Trunk.
The Ohio & pennsylvania trash train power has tied down at the shops next to the Mahoning Valley power and some stored engines. The CQPA ex FEC unit has been scrapped. Taken with permission.