A full moon, the Big Dipper and single street light bring to life a nocturnal scene along the Washington & Idaho Railway, depicting MRLX, the forlorn sister to famed "Black Widow" 6304, awaiting r... (more)
Broken under the stars. Sitting in the late evening warmth, the '11 awaits her day when she'll be working again. This trip to Rosalia shows the unit back together, but still no signs of mov... (more)
On the nose! After her day out on the rails, the '04 is coupled to the '16 and shut down for the day.
6304 is passing the static steam locomotive, just out of camera range, at Scenic Six Park.
All Aboard! The first passenger train on the Palouse in decades loads its final passengers in Plaza before departing to Marshall. In the background, the W&I has WIR 20 standing by just in c... (more)
The last trip down the line Looking down the end of the line, only a few thousand track feet to the end of the former Pullman-Colfax line. Coming to a halt, the FP9 becomes the final locomo... (more)
A first since Amtrak was born! All cleaned and polished, the 04' leads The Washington & Idaho VIP passenger special between Plaza and Marshall, making it the first passenger train on the li... (more)
Sitting, still in disrepair and waiting for duty, 6311 keeps guard outside the old elevators in Rosalia. The setting sun, light pollution from nearby Spokane, and a single mercury vapour light pro... (more)
Washington & Idaho Railway's "Logger" is nearing its journey's end for the day.
Just another day on the WIR!
Canadian Pacific potash train glides thru Marshall Canyon, passing something in Southern Pacific paint.
6311 will need at new traction motor before joining 6304 on WIR's trains.