An early morning eastbound rounds the curve out of the cut at Dallesport.
An eastbound freight rounds the curve past the small BNSF yard at Wishram. In the background is the Oregon Trunk bridge over the Columbia River.
An early morning eastbound rolls thru the Columbia River Valley as the clouds start to break up. If you look closely above the cab of the 3rd engine, you can see the top of Mt. Hood peeking thru.
The BNSF Southern California Christmas Train heads back to San Bernardino after a day of taking children from the City of Hope Hospital in Duarte on a ride over Metrolink's Pasadena (former Santa ... (more)
BNSF Railway train O-SBDSBD2-17A, the annual Southern California Christmas Train, rounds Cajon Pass' famed Sullivan's Curve on the first to two trips to Summit on December 17, 2011. Three carload... (more)
With the train crew having swapped ends at Rancho Cucamonga, the BNSF City of Hope Christmas Train returns west to Duarte under overcast skies in Glendora, and passes underneath one of the most ic... (more)
As dawn breaks in the east, volunteers are already well underway preparing for a busy day on the road's annual Southern California Christmas Train. Snacks need to be stocked in the three cars tha... (more)
One Last Time. The BNSF Southern California Christmas Train, which takes children from the City of Hope Hospital in Duarte on a ride over Metrolink's Pasadena (former Santa Fe 2nd District)... (more)
Another year comes to a end for the BNSF Southern California Christmas train along the old Santa Fe Second District, as it passes Fulton street in Pomona on its way back to San Bernardino in the l... (more)
Just west of the ex-Santa Fe depot in Pomona, the BNSF City of Hope Christmas Train returns to San Bernardino on the old Santa Fe Pasadena Sub. The train will switch over to Metrolink trackage at ... (more)
This train just terminated here at Northtown. It droped it's load and is now working its way back to the yard.
Warbonnet-clad SD40-2 leads a southbound train at Sealy.
Shoving hard on the rear
A stacker heads west into the thick of the blizzard.