Eastbound Stacks roll through Cooks Siding with BNSF ES44DC No. 7508 on another beautiful day in the Gorge.
One train you can count on is the eastbound morning Z. BNSF ET44C4 no. 3943 leads as the Z breaks out into the morning sunlight at Drano Lake.
Pushing westbound, BNSF DPU Units No. 4940 and 3922 bring up the rear of a long grainer crossing the causeway that separates the Columbia River from Rowland Lake. Mount Hood looms over hills on th... (more)
A westbound BNSF Z with ES44C4 No. 8331 on the headend, leads through Cook Washington.
Along the Columbia River Gorge at sunrise on the Fallbridge Subdivision a loaded westbound Coal move rolls into Home Valley Wa.
Corp GP38-2 waits over the weekend for Monday with extra power and cars for distribution at the railyard in Roseburg.
Corp GP40-2 No. 2110 pulls a lumber load through Keller Lumber Mill in Roseburg Oregon.
Southbound BNSF Grainer with ES44C4 no. 7139 leading, crosses Castle Creek with Castle Crags in the background.
My Dad is the Engineer of that train. Girls as well as boys have a connection to the railroads. This girl is excited as her Dad brings in southbound stacks with Union Pacific ES44AH no. 2548 leadi... (more)
Was not expecting a BNSF train to pull into Dunsmuir this morning for a crew change but here is ES44C4 no.7139 and a southbound grainer.
On a rainy morning a mix of power with a grainer crests the hill with Black Butte in the background.
The Dunsmuir set of helpers heads south down the hill to tie on to the second section of a long northbound. Long trains are split for the run up or down the hill and then reassembled.
Just like a lot of us got our start with the fascination of trains, a young boy and his mom watch the departure of a manifest from Dunsmuir California.
A set of Helpers await the next assignment spotted next to the old Southern Pacific Turntable in the town of Dunsmuir California.
Amtrak no. 14, the northbound Coast Starlight, running 5 plus hours late arrives at the Dunsmuir Amtrak Station. Dunsmuir is a true railroad town. In 1887,the Central Pacific completed the line t... (more)