The last bit of snow for the Columbia River Gorge. The UP ran a bunch of trains both ways this day including this westbound grain train rounding Mitchell Point.
A Union Pacific EB stack train rolls along the mighty Columbia River and through a spectacular fall colors scene.
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Under a haze of smoke from the many wildfires burning in the Northwest, a Union Pacific Stack rounds through lush Rushton Point on the Columbia River.
Mount Hood 88 switches passenger cars around in the yard in Hood River, Oregon.
Headlights around a curve
An eastbound Union Pacific Intermodal passes through the lush Point Ruthton, on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge
Westbound double stacks
Two DPUs bring up the end of a grainer as the sun melts the snowpack of the Columbia River Gorge.
An eastbound stack train rushes past downtown Hood River.
MH 02 brings a cut of lumber from Odell to interchange with Union Pacific.
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Eastbound Union Pacific empty grain train, viewed from Ruthton Park overlook on a rainy day. Dog mountain, shrouded in low clouds, is the backdrop on the other side of the Columbia River.
A short priority Intermodal traveling west on the UP Portland Sub.
UP 4343 heads up a westbound grain train at Hood River, OR as a breeze creates white caps on the Columbia River.