BN 4366, 2543, 2545, and 2532 lead a Inside Gateway job somewhere on the WP in this slide from my collection. I traded for this one years ago, no legible photographer name on mount.
BN 4360 at Vancouver. Slide was traded for years ago, no photographer information.
In the early 1970's, EMD and GE simply could not meet the power demands of railroads, and as a result, railroads such as the Clinchfield, who ran big trains in mountain territory and required big ... (more)
BN 4361, an Alco C636 revs up to head out of Cook Siding on the Washington side of the Columbia River. The eastbound train headed from Vancouver, WA to Wishram has just met two westbound freights ... (more)
BN 4361, a rare Alco C636, waits on its eastbound freight at Cook siding along the Columbia River while a westbound freight rushes by. The train held for two westbounds before continuing on to Wis... (more)
Fairly common early BN Inside Gateway power rests at Keddie. This is a slide from my collection that I either traded for or bought years ago. Photographers name is illegible.
BN 4366, 6425, 4368 and 2531 lead an Inside Gateway train in the Feather River Canyon in this shot from my collection. There is no town listed on the slide. I either traded for or bought this slid... (more)
With the formation of the Burlington Northern in 1970, power from both BN and WP could be seen along the Inside Gateway anywhere between Seattle and Oroville. Here at Oroville, former SP&S 331 is ... (more)
BN 4368 with a C425 and another C636 darken the sky in this photo from my collection. No photographer is listed and also no location. I have been told this photo was shot south of Oroville, CA on ... (more)
DL 3642 and several sister units pick up a cut of grain cars before departing Scranton.
The things that pass by my office - Part Two. A set of six axle units await their next assignment at Bridge 60 Tower in Scranton.
The engineer on DL 3642 keeps a watchful eye on his conductor before departing Bridge 60 for the Pocono Mountains.
DL 3642 leads the PT-97 train back into Scranton on an August afternoon, passing through the Nay Aug Tunnel.
6338 has had its sanders topped off as hostlers move the big Alco back to the ready line. Scanned from a slide taken by my father Rich Onorevole.
The summer of 1979 I took my first big railfanning road trip to get some shots of BN's Alco fleet that called the Pacific Northwest home. Prior to that most of my photography had been done within ... (more)