A westbound BNSF baretable train led by a pair of LMX B39-8Es passes through the Honeymoon Tunnels near Belden, CA on UP's Canyon Sub, deep in the Feather River Canyon.
As the sun sets behind the mountains and the blue hour nears, a BNSF run-through manifest train skirts between the beautiful rock-cut mountains and the glassy Rock Creek Reservoir inside the famed... (more)
PG&E's Hydroelectric infrastructure often dominates the scenery of the Feather River Canyon. Producing some of the cleanest energy in the country, PG&E's dams, powerhouses, tunnels and conduits ca... (more)
Welcome to the Feather River Canyon. The Feather River Canyon is home to one of the most treacherous rail lines in the world. With steep cliffs and loose ground, rockslides are an ever-pres... (more)
A loaded crude oil train from the Bakken Fields of North Dakota winds its way along the banks of the Feather River near Belden, California. Trains like these have stirred up a lot of controversy o... (more)
UP and WP GE's pull this Fast Ford near Belden CA. Photo by Mel Lawrence.
A pair of warbonnets exit the natural cut tunnel east of Belden, California as they guide a BNSF manifest through the treacherous Feather River Canyon.
Amtrak 71 leads the AAPRCO Napa Valley Limited through the Feather River Canyon as it exits a natural tunnel west of Belden, California.
Westbound near Belden running downstream with the Feather River Cyn on UP's Canyon Sub.
UP Eastbound freight passing the east end of Belden in the Feather River Canyon