Union Pacific’s “Ice Cold Express” climbs Reverse Hill near Hemmett, Idaho, on a cold January 21, 2013.
A westbound Union Pacific unit train passes through Topaz, Idaho, on a snowy January 20, 2013. Two GE AC4400CWs power the train of Kennecott (KCCX) tankers westbound on UP’s Pocatello Subdivision.... (more)
The two ex-Milwaukee GP9's powering today's STMA "Switcher" are spewing out a cloud of exhaust as they pull a healthy train of 23 loads of lumber westward down the St. Joe River valley, ... (more)
On it's way to the Clarkia Reload with a long train of empty log flats, the southbound Branch Train, powered by a pair of GP9's, crosses the wooden trestle over Highway 3 in the little town of San... (more)
On a clear summer morning, an empty unit coal train charges east through the scenic Cabinet Gorge located on the Idaho-Montana state line.
A westbound stack train emerges from the depths of the Kootenai River Gorge just east of Crossport, ID on a beautiful autumn afternoon.
On a bright fall afternoon, a westbound grain train led by a Dash 9 and two Oakway SD60's cruises along Cocolalla Lake on BNSF's "Funnel".
A crystal clear morning on Lake Pend Oreille greets a westbound unit crude oil train crossing the famous bridge over the lake between Sandpoint and East Algoma.
During an ongoing construction project to replace old bridge supports, a colorful eastbound stack rumbles across the Sandpoint Bridge, as viewed from Dog Beach on a late summer afternoon.
On a sunny autumn afternoon, a southbound UP manifest with CP road power out of Canada is just easing up to a stop at the Sandpoint diamond as a westbound BNSF stack train off the Hi Line thunders... (more)
A unit grain train rolls off the bridge over Lake Pend Oreille and through the S-curve at East Algoma on a beautiful autumn day.
On its cross-country return trip from Train Festival 2009 the Daylight races west along the shore of Cocolalla Lake in North Idaho on an autumn afternoon.
Union Pacific’s Pocatello to Idaho Falls, ID local heads north at a steady clip on UP's Montana subdivision on a fine September 2014 evening.
An empty potash train comprised entirely of salmon-colored Potash Corp. hoppers makes its way north across the Rathdrum Prairie late on a spring afternoon. led by a UP SD9043MAC and a CP AC4400CW.
A northbound empty grain train heads upstream along the remote Moyie River just north of Meadow Creek, about 20 miles from the interchange with CP at Eastport, ID.