An empty BNSF oil train heading east at Lind, WA.
A BNSF manifest heads east at Lind, WA on 3/21/20. It was a nice day to practice "social distancing".
BNSF 3858 leads a westbound loaded grainer through the town of Lind, Washington on the BNSF Lakeside Subdivision.
Up to thirty-six years ago, it was possible to spot a Milwaukee Road freight crossing over the BN's right of way. Presently, the remaining bridge columns stand as a testament to the once-traveled ... (more)
BNSF 6934 grinds over the top of Providence Hill on the Spokane-Pasco, WA former NP mainline with an eastbound manifest out of Pasco Yard. The hill is located between Lind and Cunningham, WA and i... (more)
CEFX 1035 races through Lind on the rear of an Eastbound grain empty.
As the sun drops down below a deck of clouds minutes before sunset, Amtrak Train #28, the Portland section of the Empire Builder, drops down Providence Hill as the sun glints off of the second P42... (more)
NS 8099 leads the first oil load bound for the new Conoco Phillips Refinery in Ferndale, WA west through the Paha Coulee near Lind, WA on a chilly November morning.
A mid-century like setting and a quiet summer morning on I Street in Lind, Washington (Home of the Combine Demolition Derby) until...
A BNSF freight with a Red & Silver Warbonnet leads an eastbound manifest train through Lind, WA. BNSF 799 is not looking as pristine as it once was while hustling priority intermodal traffic acro... (more)
Adding a little color to an otherwise bleak winter morning, A DPU crosses under former Milwaukee Road bridge as it pushes on the end of a unit coal train climbing Providence Hill .
A grain train rolls off Providence Hill and through a ruins of the defunct Milwaukee Road, the concrete abutments and pillars of the bridge having been formed over 100 years ago still remain.
The Dilworth-Pasco high priority manifest crests Providence Hill in the morning sunlight.
Canon 5D "Classic" with Canon 24-105 f/4L IS.
- 1/400th - f/6.3 - ISO 50 - 84mm -
The two locos (and one helper) are working hard to pull their grain train over the Providence Hill