With the tail end still passing through the Keddie Wye, a BNSF trackage rights train continues the climb upgrade on the High Line.
EB freight crosses over to the west bank. At first glance I thought that 4th unit was a EMD leaser which was delivered in solid black. Thanks to the eagle eyes of Mike Cates were have determined... (more)
Westbound wreck train has brought out the big hook and is heading home.
BNSF 7665 West passes under Highway 70 and crosses the Feather River at Pulga, the most senic part of the canyon.
A vehicle train out of Milpitas heads uphill through the lower canyon on its way to North Platte.
A long APL stack train skirts the Feather as it drops downgrade through Pulga.
A hot Z train out of North Platte breaks out of late afternoon shadows into bright sunshine just west of Virgilia.
An eastbound APL stack train skirts a slide fence as it hugs the cliff through treacherous Serpentine Canyon.
A westbound Kline stack train makes it way along the course of the river near sunset.
A long eastbound manifest makes it way through the huge reverse curve just west of Pulga formed by the contours of the mountains.
Very early in the morning in June 1974, a quintet of UP GE U30Cs power a WP manifest eastward around remote Williams Loop, the "top" of which can be seen at left.
A westbound stack train follows the course of the river to traverse the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Late in the afternoon, UP 3342 West is about to cross the bridge over the Feather River at Tobin.
A hot pig train led by an ex-C&NW Dash 9 approaches the east switch at Spring Garden as it heads for Chicago.