A UP manifest beats the sunrise through Reverse, but that's OK because it's westbound and wasn't going to be nose lit anyway! Out here on the Idaho prairies, the Nampa Sub still has that classic U... (more)
A 2x2 soda ash train lugs its way up to the west end of Reverse siding at a steady crawl. From here on west, the railroad levels out and it should be a relatively smooth run to Nampa.
An eastbound mixed freight descends Medbury Hill at Reverse, Idaho on July 31, 1993.
Smoke from distant wildfires mingles with the rising sun as an eastbound stack train glides through E. Reverse and prepares to drop into the Snake River Valley. Signal Bridges and Codeline, which ... (more)
Loaded WB unit train.
Light helper move.