A BNSF freight follows Amtrak 28 east through the Columbia River Gorge, crossing the bridge and fill over Rock Cove just west of Stevenson. The distant mountains are shrouded in haze from the num... (more)
Matching Ace's with an eastbound coal drag.
A railfan spectates a BNSF grain passing through a rock cut in the Columbia River Gorge.
A beautiful sunny day and BNSF glides down the Columbia River across the causeway at Ashes Lake. Photo taken from the Oregon side of the Columbia River at Cascade Locks. A rare sunny day, and I... (more)
Making track speed and right on time BNSF's early evening priority Z train is rolling eastward through the scenic Columbia River Gorge crossing over Rock Cove at Stevenson, WA.
Roberts Bank Coal Train
With absolutely no intentions of stopping for take out, a BNSF eastbound freight headed to Barstow, CA disturbs the tranquility of the Crossing Restaurant in downtown Stevenson hustling through to... (more)
A former Burlington Northern F9A is dressed up to represent Spokane, Portland and Seattle No. 802 is on display at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center at Stevenson, Washington, on May 30, 2008.... (more)
The late evening sun just manages to catch the silver bodied coaches of this Amtrak train coming from Seattle and heading down the Columbia river.
This westbound empty garbage train is just getting underway again after a meet with an eastbound merchandiser. The Columbia Gorge trackage is a major conduit for trash traveling to the landfill a... (more)
BNSF 4486 West crosses the fill and bridge just west of the town of Stevenson after meeting three eastbound freights in the Columbia River Gorge. Not a bad way to spend the late afternoon/evening... (more)
BN 824 with SLSF 702 and BN 4243 pass through a slow order with a 91 car westbound along the Columbia near Stevenson during the summer of 1979.
Garbage Empty making a rolling meet with an eastbound.
SP 4449 crosses the bridge over the outflow of Rock Cove at Stevenson. Skamania Lodge can be seen in the background.
Three Dash-9s lead a eastbound mixed frieght through Stevenson, WA on a cool fall evening. This is one of many scenic spots to photograph trains right along state HWY 14.