Logs from Headquarters, Idado, sawmill cross one of many trestles on the Camas Prairie at Konkolville on Aug. 17, 1977, headed west to Lewiston.
After a layover at Grangeville, Camas Prairie’s regular train with UP 246 in the lead returns to Lewiston, Idaho over Lawyer’s Creek trestle near Craigmont. One of the largest steel structures on... (more)
Still some 24 miles from destination Grangeville, CM’s UP 246 East crosses one of dozens of trestles near Ferdinand, Idaho on Aug. 15, 1977.
Headed for Grangeville, Camas Prairie’s eastbound passes Craig Jct., Idaho on Aug. 15, 1977 with UP 246 in the lead because the crew’s preferred its brake valves.
Camas Prairie’s regular run to Grangeville crosses Hwy. 95 near Nucrag, Idaho as it climbs out of Lapwai canyon on Aug. 15, 1977. The rear of the train can be seen under the 1765, third unit.
Obviously we’re at Reubens, Ida. as Camas Prairie UP 246 West approaches on Aug. 17, 1977.
Camas Prairie’s daily train has arrived Reubens, Idaho on its run to Grangeville. Aug. 15, 1977.
The former site of Bridge 21.3, which burned in September 2011 due to a lightning storm. All that remains is a solitary rail drooping across the canyon, as well as ashes, iron and tin in the valle... (more)
UP 2056 and 3 mates have pulled their loaded grain hoppers and are ready to depart Craigmont ID on the Camas Prairie. In the background is the "VC" (Volmer-Clearwater Co.) grain elevator and stor... (more)
BN 2884 lays overnight at the railroad East end of Grangeville ID, at the end of the Camas Prairie 2nd Subdivision, better known as the "Grangeville Line". The train's caboose also rests in the f... (more)
Three GP9s from joint lessors Union Pacific and Burlington Northern drag the daily local from Lewiston, Ida. up the Grangeville line, and near Nucrag crosses one of several wooden trestles on the ... (more)
The eastward Orofino Turn crosses the Clearwater River with empty boxcars, centerbeams & 75 empty log cars for the Potlatch Forests log reload at Jaype