Amtrak 27 the Portland Section of the Westbound Empire Builder races across the causeway between the Columbia River and Chamberlain Lake on it's morning run from Spokane Wa.
A morning Eastbound, BNSF No. 6705, pulls a string of JB Hunt Intermodel Containers across the causeway separating the Columbia River from Chamberlain Lake into Lyle WA.
Eastbound BNSF empty grain train at the Lyle rest area.
Eastbound BNSF Z train on the classic arch bridge at Lyle, WA.
A westbound BNSF freight heads west through the scenic Columbia River Gorge exiting Tunnel 10 west of Lyle, Washington, on September 24, 2016. Motive power is BNSF GE C44-9W No. 4834, and two visi... (more)
Waiting for 4449, a WB grainer passes Lyle underneath a faint rainbow.
Anxious feelings of defeat turn to joy as the sun opens up on 4449.
In the warm afternoon sunlight, a westbound BNSF Grain Train snakes through the Columbia River Gorge just west of Lyle, WA on March 17th, 2018.
There's always that one train that goes against the flow of traffic during its run to/from Portland, and this eastbound empty oil train was that one train. After already meeting four trains during... (more)
An empty BNSF garbage train heads west through the first of an immediate series of four tunnels just west of Lyle. The end of the train can be seen on the right side of the plateau formation.
A BNSF grainer skirts along the Columbia River just west of the small town of Lyle, Washington.
Westbound BNSF 4038 and 7058 lead a partially loaded container train about to meet an eastbound near Lyle, WA in the Columbia River Gorge.
On BNSF’s Fallbridge Subdivision in the scenic Columbia River Gorge is an eastbound freight exiting Tunnel 8 west of Lyle, Washington, on September 24, 2016.
The Cascades Daylight exits one of several tunnels featured back to back just west of the small town of Lyle, Washington.
A pair of westbound C44-9W and a pair of GP38-2 exit Jacksons Tunnel No.10, west of the town of Lyle WA. The mixed manifest is strung out along the causeway that separates the Columbia River from... (more)