The Southern Pacific 4449 leads its excursion southward through the farmland of central Oregon.
Running late, the SP 4449 leads the Cascades Daylight over the first of several bridge crossings over the Deschutes River, a waterway the train traveled along shortly after reentering Oregon.
The Cascades Daylight exits one of several tunnels featured back to back just west of the small town of Lyle, Washington.
On a hazy yet gorgeous afternoon in the Gorge, an empty garbage train approaches the siding of Stevenson as it passes the outskirts of Carson.
Please note: After seeing the final product this i... (more)
What once was the front of a former Southern Pacific Cadillac is now reduced to a lawn ornament for a local tourist outfit. The 4405, as far as I know, was one of the Port of Tillamook Railroad's ... (more)
With a small amount of haze still overhead from the British Columbia wildfires, two UP 70Ms haul a manifest as they follow the Columbia River east past the small town of Hood River, Oregon on what... (more)
Amtrak's Train #508 crosses the lower deck of the Steel Bridge, one of the many iconic bridges of Portland, Oregon. This impressive crossing is the only double-deck bridge with independent lifts i... (more)
A recently rebuild ex. BN SD40-2 rolls northward towards its train in Vancouver yard. The uni-brow on top of the cab is apparently a setup for both PTC and a pair of air conditioners, though that ... (more)
As the last light of day shines over Camas, a manifest heads west along the Washougal River.
With a green monster on the point, the Lake Transfer heads towards St. Johns, where it will hold for the outbound Chicago Z. The SD60M is an oddity for this job, which usually has a duo of 40-2s, ... (more)
Trimet's pair of former Alaska Railroad RDCs heads north towards Beaverton during a gorgeous Friday evening commute.
A Roberts Bank coal train makes its way past the infamous Home Valley curve adjacent to Wind Mountain on its way west.
A Roberts Bank coal train makes its way past Bonneville Dam on its way west down the Fallbridge Subdivision.
A BNSF earthworm makes its way westward through the Columbia River Gorge.
Less than ten minutes after the odd six unit-lead Coast Starlight, a BNSF freight motor can be seen on the head of a newer Amtrak Cascades talgoset.