BNSF 7200 leads a westbound manifest along the north bank of the Columbia River. Photo taken from Ruthton Park near Hood River Oregon.
Amtrak 154 leads the westbound Empire Builder along the north bank of the Columbia River.
BNSF 3855 brings up the rear of a westbound manifest winding along the north bank of the Columbia River.
BNSF 6246 westbound with a grain train between Hood & Cook Washington.
SP 4449 blasts out of the natural basalt tunnel at Drano Lake, part of the 2018 IMAX runs.
Westbound local at Hood in the Columbia River Gorge. Note the locomotive is a GP 39-3.
With a small amount of haze still overhead from the British Columbia wildfires, two UP 70Ms haul a manifest as they follow the Columbia River east past the small town of Hood River, Oregon on what... (more)
A BNSF westbound train pops out of Tunnel 5 in the Columbia River Gorge.
BNSF grainer rolls down the Columbia River.
Westbound grain train running through the winter wonderland that the Columbia River Gorge has experienced this December.
A BNSF manifest paces the Columbia River on its trek west.
Fall in Washington isn't spectacular by any means compared to places like New England, but the oaks do change colors and they make for a nice contrast against the deep blue waters of the Columbia ... (more)
Westbound grainer heads along the Lewis and Clark highway, west of the small defunct logging town of Hood, Wa.
An eastbound stack train moves along the north bank through the scenic Columbia River Gorge during a morning in late October. The rear of the train is still inside the Drano tunnels.
Westbound on a nice sunny afternoon along the Columbia River.