BNSF 7037 South threads the needle South of a tunnel at Celilo, OR, as it climbs away from the Columbia River.
BNSF 7037 south, a manifest out of Wishram, WA, climbs the heavy grade out of the Columbia River Gorge.
An eastbound UP manifest skirts the towering rock bluffs at Celilo, OR. In the distance across the river, a BNSF trash train pauses at Wishram, WA.
Crossing the Columbia River from Washington into Oregon, a southbound BNSF manifest slowly starts his journey over the Oregon Trunk.
4449 leaves the Fallbridge Sub and heads down the Oregon Trunk during the Bend Excursion.
This was an MHKCO that had an unusual cut of lumber loads on the head end behind the usual mass of power... I don't know why. The signal here is gone now; it disappeared in 2016 or so, when this s... (more)
As its long journey over the Oregon Trunk comes to a close, the full length of this northbound freight is seen slowly rolling away across the Celilo Drawbridge as the train approaches the yard at ... (more)
While a Union Pacific manifest rolls by underneath, a BNSF grain peeks out of the Oregon Trunk's Columbia River crossing.
A DPU assists the two leaders of an oil train as it heads east through the Columbia River Gorge.
An empty Union Pacific oil train rolls though the Columbia River Gorge as it heads back to the oil fields of Canada.
At dusk, an eastbound UP intermodal train roars along the south bank of the river with volcanic bluffs for a backdrop.
An eastbound KLine stack train skirts the volcanic bluffs at Celilo.
New C4 No. 7037 leads a southbound manifest up the grade from the Columbia River on the Oregon Trunk.
The lead CTE on an eastbound UP manifest show signs of engine fire as it passes the rugged environs at Celilo.