BNSF 3990 rounds the curves west of the Columbia River bridge near Rock Island, WA with a J train consisting of Boeing 737 fuselages. The tight curves restrict the trains to about 25 mph here. The... (more)
A fairly short Q train featuring a couple Boeing 737 fuselages snakes along the Columbia River after crossing the Rock Island bridge. Freight trains are restricted to about 25 mph here due to curv... (more)
The day after Christmas, a pair of DPUs gives an assist to a westbound stack train at the east switch of Malaga siding on the way in to Wenatchee, WA for a crew change before heading to Seattle. T... (more)
The day after Christmas, BNSF is running trains, and one example is this stack train which appears to be a mix of domestic and foreign containers. The train is just off the Rock Island bridge and ... (more)
BNSF 5915 brings up the rear of an empty oil train that is eastbound between Malaga and Rock Island, WA. The train with 464 axles was long enough to allow viewing of both the head end and DPUs as ... (more)
The westbound Spud local approaches Malaga, WA on its return from Quincy and a day's switching work. The local operates as a turn between Appleyard (Wenatchee) and Quincy, with occasional side tri... (more)
BNSF 3029 eases through a slow order after crossing the Rock Island bridge near Malaga, WA. The Quincy local is returning to Appleyard in Wenatchee after a days work out in Quincy.
BN SD40-2 6805 leads an older Geep on an eastbound manifest out of Appleyard as it heads towards Malaga, the Rock Island bridge, Trinidad Loop and Spokane. The Cascades rise over the Columbia Rive... (more)
BNSF C44-9W #1021 leads an empty grain train over a bridge just east of the Rock Island Bridge on a clear sunny morning.
Westbound train and westbound cars approaching Wenatchee. This is late afternoon and all these drivers are facing the setting sun.
BNSF 4800 passing Monitor, Wa