With all crew members intently keeping a sharp lookout on the route ahead, ST&E slowly trundles down Roosevelt Street after pulling the Union Pacific interchange with a fair sized train. Displayi... (more)
Crossing over the Lewis River in Western Washington, a BNSF loaded grain train destined for export from Tacoma, WA heads north on a fine spring day.
Chehalis Western empty log train makes its way up the former Milwaukee Road 3.3% Tacoma Gulch grade. If you look closely you can see two crew members standing on the front pilot steps of the lead... (more)
Nevada Northern Freight pulls into East Ely yard on Valentines Day 2015.
Piercing the basalt rock through Drano Tunnel, BN Intermodal train # 1 hustles westward along the Columbia River Gorge in the last rays of golden sunshine.
On the cusp of a beautiful Nevada sunset, Union Pacific rolls manifest freight southwest through the Moapa Valley over the Los Angeles and Salt Lake route.
A motley assortment of 4 axle power waits on the ready tracks at the Fort St. John engine terminal.
What beats four of a kind on Burlington Northern in 1982? Well, actually quite a bit in this era of the BN as there was a huge variety of motive power on the roster at the time. However, getting... (more)
The Ferndale Turn heads south through the north end of South Bellingham sdg. This train's purpose was to gather up tonnage left over from the local freights that operated on the Mainline between ... (more)
Curving along the Mighty Columbia River, BNSF revenue freight heads toward Pasco, WA through a moment of brief calmness during an overall stormy winter day.
Westbound grain train for export skirts the Columbia River on a chilly winter day.
Laid down for the evening, two of the C&TS Railroads
K-36's simmer at the Chama shop facility.
Cruising gracefully down the North Bank of the Columbia River George, another load of grain destined for Western Washington elevators and export overseas looks beautiful on a fine fall afternoon.
Just shy of cresting Keating Summit with 43 cars, four six motor MLW products are still going strong FORTY years later doing what God intended. And yes. The sound was incredible!
The Driftwood Turn pays very little attention to Ensign Hollow other than sounding it's whistle for the grade crossing in this wide spot in the road as it hustles toward it's namesake of Driftwood... (more)