Racing westbound with the Sun rising in the east, BNSF ES44DC no.7523 leads a mixed Manifest along the Columbia River.
BNSF ES44AC No. 5869 rolling stacks, departs Cooks Siding on the Fallbridge Subdivision along the Columbia River
An eastbound stack train on BNSF's Fallbridge Subdivision rolls through the siding at Cooks. It will get to wait for two westbounds before continuing its journey east along the Columbia River Gorg... (more)
A westbound trainload of corn for export through the terminal at Kalama, Washington takes siding in the Columbia River Gorge. This is Cooks siding on BNSF's Fallbridge Subdivision.
BNSF C44-9W 4125 leads a loaded grain train out of one of the many tunnels and across a bridge just east of Cooks on BNSF's Fallbridge Sub.
A westbound Burlington Northern freight is about to curve through 122-foot Tunnel 2 near Drano Lake at Cooks, Washington, in the Columbia River Gorge on March 4, 1993.
Eastbound BNSF manifest with AC4400CW No. 5628 powers up and departs Cooks Siding after the Passage of a westbound grainer.
Eastbound BNSF manifest with AC4400CW No. 5628, waits for the passage of a westbound grainer at Cooks Siding.
Sunrise on a cloudless morning on the Fallbridge Subdivision. Westbound BNSF manifest with ES44DC No. 7623 leading races along the the Columbia River between Cooks and home Valley.
Eastbound Stacks roll through Cooks Siding with BNSF ES44DC No. 7508 on another beautiful day in the Gorge.
One train you can count on is the eastbound morning Z. BNSF ET44C4 no. 3943 leads as the Z breaks out into the morning sunlight at Drano Lake.
Westbound BNSF train west of Cooks, WA in the Columbia River Gorge.
Westbound BNSF grain train west of Cooks, WA in the Columbia River Gorge.
Westbound crude oil train at the east end of the Cooks siding. There is still a little fall color left in the area.
Westbound local near Cooks in the Columbia River Gorge. Note the locomotive is a GP 39-3.