Deep within the Cascade Mountains, BNSF's Elwood, IL to Seattle, WA harbor stack rolls across the Gaynor Trestle in Gaynor, WA on July 17th, 2022.
BNSF 5265 brings up the rear of this eastbound coal train on a cloudy October afternoon.
On a cool summer morning, Amtrak’s westbound Empire Builder races across the Gaynor Trestle in Gaynor, WA on July 10th, 2018.
On Independence Day 1997, BNSF stacks exit the east portal of Tunnel 14.7 and roll across Gaynor Bridge.
Crossing Nason Creek (Gaynor) Trestle, eastbound and down in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. The peak of Rock Mountain is barely visible above the radiator wing of the leading locomoti... (more)
GECX 2041 W s, GECX 2029 E s, BNSF 4792 E ps, BNSF 4887 W ps pulling the grade on the eastern upslope of Stevens Pass. The T-4 demonstrators were digging in and were surprisingly low decibeled, w... (more)
"Hey, it matches!"
Amtrak 184 is solo leading Amtrak train #7, the Empire Builder, over Gaynor Trestle on a cloudy early summer morning just east of the Cascade Tunnel and Berne Siding.... (more)
On the first morning of summer, an eastbound vehicle train heads down the hill, crossing Nason Creek trestle in the Cascade mountains.
During a solstice weekend on the BNSF's Scenic Subdivision at Gaynor, Washington (MP 1696.5), lupines are still hanging on to their late spring blooms on June 22nd, 2014 as a westbound Seattle sec... (more)
The "49er" brings an empty grainer over the mountain in the morning, eastbound and down at the Gaynor ess curve.
An eastbound Z train crosses Gaynor Trestle in the morning.
Note the conductor's wave.
A BNSF ES44AC leads two SD70MAC's and an empty coal train eastbound over Gaynor Trestle which spans Nason Creek.
At 5 o'clock in the afternoon a Tacoma bound stack train working toward the Cascade summit steps across the Nason Creek trestle. This location is about 46 rail miles west of Wenatchee.
The ZCHCSSE steps onto the Nason Creek trestle on the east side of the Cascade Mountains. Views from this vantage point are becoming grown in and harder to come by.
At just before 7:00 PM, as the sun was about to disappear behind a ridge to the west, a Z train rumbled across the Nason Creek trestle in the Cascade Mountains.