Led by a colorful set of locomotives, an eastbound train on the Siskiyou Line is working up the 3+% grade to Siskiyou Summit.
A northbound train passes a cattle ranch on the BNSF Gateway Subdivision.
An eastbound train on the Siskiyou Line winds up for the climb to Siskiyou Summit.
The first southbound Swift RoadRailer train operated by BNSF descends Calimus Hill on UP's Cascade Subdivision. The train is running on trackage rights originally granted to Great Northern by Sou... (more)
Shortly after delivery to Genesee & Wyoming's Willamette & Pacific, four ex-Santa Fe units lead the Mac Hauler west near Sherwood. The train is using detour rights on Southern Pacific's Newberg Br... (more)
Because the mainline was flooded at Oregon City, Southern Pacific's hot LABRF detours on Willamette & Pacific. The train is nearing Ashahr siding on the outskirts of Corvallis.
On a clear spring morning, the Corvallis Local shoves two chip cars up the Dawson District. The bright orange rail cars will be spotted at the Hull-Oakes steam-powered sawmill. Today, this tracka... (more)
The Swift RoadRailer departs Klamath Falls on a spring morning, bound for Keddie and, ultimately, the LA basin.
The first ex-ATSF GP39-2 repainted for Willamette & Pacific rolls west on the Dallas District. The passenger cars were stored on an unused spur in Dallas.
The Pioneer heads west along the Columbia River on a summer afternoon.
The southbound RoadRailer passes Long Lake on a summer morning. The train is powered by SD40-2s representing BNSF's merger components.
A northbound manifest on the Gateway Subdivision passes Long Lake on a summer morning.
A couple of months after the service started, an eastbound Swift RoadRailer heading for Portland climbs Calimus Hill.
The calm before the highball. Observation NRMX 2955 awaits departure to Wishram, Washington on the rear of an excursion pulled by SP 4449.
Due to flooding on the main line near Oregon City, Southern Pacific detoured some intermodal trains on Willamette & Pacific in February 1996. One of the detours passes through St. Joseph, near McM... (more)