A loaded crude oil train from the Bakken Fields of North Dakota traverses the Feather River Route as it winds its way through Poe, California. A warbonnet and executive mac are working hard on the... (more)
Shadows roll back for UP 7378.
Westbound UP freight descends horseshoe curve at James.
BNSF 728 and 9717 work hard as they serve as the rear DPUs of a crude oil train in the Feather River Canyon. Here at the Honeymoon Tunnels, the Bakken Crude Oil rolls precariously close to the wat... (more)
Ex- SP 6329 passes under Highway 70 heading west.
A pair of warbonnets lead a manifest train across the World Famous Keddie Wye near Quincy, California. This train made really good time out of Klamath Falls, OR and will now make it to Marysville ... (more)
A pair of warbonnets cling to the cliffs of the Feather River Canyon as they lead a BNSF manifest passed the Rock Creek Dam on a warm April afternoon.
A "Santa Fe" warbonnet leads a westbound train along the banks of the Feather River as it cruises into Serpentine Canyon. Here, wires help protect trains from crashing into potential rockslides.
BNSF 729 cruises through the depths of the Feather River Canyon as it leads a large manifest along the ex-Western Pacific mainline near Pulga.
BNSF 729 and a mile long manifest wind their way through the Feather River Canyon as a snow capped Bald Eagle Mountain looms in the distance.
Westbound UP double stack on the horseshoe curve near James.