UP 5639 leads hoppers westbound over Feather River at Pulga.
Commonly referred to as a "bomb train" by local environmental groups, this train is transporting ethanol from Iowa to California. Union Pacific 5406 leads this train through the winding curves of ... (more)
Eastbound BNSF mixed freight skirts Feather River at Pulga.
A BNSF trackage-right train slowly moves along the Feather River as it approaches the Rock Creek dam on a wonderful summer day.
A rerouted Selkrik, NY to Delano, CA empty fruit train moves across the open field of Spring Garden as it begins its night run down the Feather River Canyon.
The DPs off of a westbound coal train slowly fade away into the tunnel at Poe along the ex-WP Feather River Canyon line.
A Roger Puta Photograph
The power consist was SD40-2 3579, SD40-2 3760, C30-7 2400, and DDA40X 6943. A Roger Puta Photograph
Wildflowers adorn the Feather River Canyon, while an Eastbound vegetable meal empty crawls over the Rock Creek.
UP 9160 leads a manifest into the Feather River Canyon on a fine day in May of 1994.
The "Canyon Crawler" local slowly rolls into the east end of the Portola Siding to let an Oakland bound stack clear the single track section ahead during the summer of 2013.
3 big ACe's lead this dirty coal train down the Feather River as they pass through Pulga.
A rather rare site in 2015. A rerouted Z carrying blue ribbon beef bound for Japan, rolls downhill hugging the Feather River. It's sure a shame this canyon doesn't get more action, its another Wes... (more)